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Toys to help babies with hearing loss

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Posted by mumm
17/06/20 07:40 PM

Hi, Looking for recomendations of toys to use with my little girl who is 7 months old and has mild/moderate hearing loss. We have things like rattles that she likes to shake but want an array of musical/noisy toys that are good. Thanks.

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Posted by catherine
17/06/20 07:45 PM

Hi there, 

My son is now 20 months old but before his implants we bought a great ball makes noises but also vibrates, he loved it. It is called an oball and I got it from amazon.

we Also have a little keyboard which he loves. 

Catherine x

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Posted by flower90
29/07/20 09:04 PM

Hiya, my little girl has just turned 1 and she has moderate hearing loss and wears bilateral aids. We found fisher price linkamials at Christmas, I think there is maybe 4 of them but they all connect to one another so they seem a little louder. They are really gd and are interactive too. I also got leap frog interactive books which make animal sounds etc. My little girl loves a disco ball, we have that kind of light in her room and she  enjoys it. Hope they help.