Hearing loss is an invisible condition. The incidence of hearing loss is approximately 1-3 children per 1000 at the time of birth. By school age, that number increases to 6-7 children per 1000. It’s reported that pediatric hearing screening during the early childhood years increases the likelihood that children lost to follow-up, along with children presenting with post- neonatal hearing loss, will receive the timely diagnostic and intervention services needed during the critical learning years. We are committed to providing you with an exceptional level of care that extends to your youngest patients: infants and children. Our product and training solutions are diverse, advanced and comprehensive. Starting with OAE screening, moving to newborn hearing screening and diagnostics and finishing with school nurse hearing screenings, we offer the best products for all your needs.