From playing alongside to playing together
During this phase, children start to make friends and to play with them. They also begin to compare themselves and their abilities to others.
Playing with friends often happens in day-care, playdates at home or in the playground, which is a more complex and more noisy environment than the home. Background noise and other children speaking next to them is often a challenge. For some children with hearing loss, noise and delayed language can result in problem behaviours, such as temper tantrums or biting, because they are not able to communicate what frustrates them. Wearing hearing aids that distinguish speech from noise, like the Sensei solutions for children, helps your child be successful in socialising. Why? Because they will be able to follow and participate in what’s going on around them.
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