A group of enthusiastic participants in the University of Miami Children’s Hearing Program.
A group of enthusiastic participants in the University of Miami Children’s Hearing Program. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
A group of enthusiastic participants in the University of Miami Children’s Hearing Program. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Your child has hearing loss — now what?

September 26, 2017 05:33 PM

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