What is a willfulness hearing?

Answer Conducted in spousal or child support proceedings to determine if the respondent intentionally failed to obey a lawful order of support.

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If I have good/excellent hearing and I then wear hearing aids.....?

The frequencies amplified to make speech easier to hear, mostly between 1 and 3Khz, are quite high, and one downside of wearing aids is that high-pitched noises. like cutlery and crockery banging t... Read More »

Can you improve your hearing after hearing loss?

Depends on the cause of hearing loss. If the loss is conductive - ie. caused by a problem with the ear canal, ear drum, bones behind the ear or middle ear cavity, there is a good chance that it cou... Read More »

I have really bad hearing. How to get a hearing aid?

It sounds like you have Asymmetrical Hearing Loss, and you have two choices for amplification. 1. Bicross- This type of aid system transmits sounds from the bad ear to the good ear. Many patients... Read More »

Can a 5 year old with special needs be subjected to a Lincoln Hearing And could the child's education advocate accommodate or be with the child during the hearing?