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Years later, child's cochlear implants are his 'ears'

Years later, child's cochlear implants are his 'ears'



Blaze Roland is 7 years previous and is surrounded by sounds in music class. Together with singing, he interprets rhythm by way of devices and motion. However he wouldn’t be capable of carry out any of those actions with out the units on his head he calls “ears.”
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  • Keep it up! I can certainly relate but grew up with a hearing aid beginning at age two (my other ear was worse and no hearing aid) in the late 60s. And I came out great but with the help of my dedicated parents. That was very important. Blaze can be anything he wants to be. A singer. A guitarist. Or even a ragtime pianist like me (click on my name to see my videos). I took up piano at age 7 and I'm still at it. Blaze can do anything, even hear.

  • Deaf can hear
    Blind can see
    Colorblind can see color

    It's not long untill we fix voice problems, movement, brain etc.

  • how far technology has come

    Btw when the anchor said "Linda" I died and yelled "Listen Linda"

    I'm happy for these children. I'm hard of hearing (hearing impaired) I know fluent ASL, and it brings me so much joy seeing deaf children getting to avoid the world of silence

  • ADVANCE BIONICS HAVENT BEEN SO GREAT FOR MY CHILD HE IS RECEIVING SOUND AND TALKING LITTLE BUT ITS JUST SOMETHING ISNT RIGHT WITH SPEECH