Hello from Port Elizabeth South Africa. I would be interested in seeing the
replies you receive. I am a Speech Therapist and Audiologist in private
practise and have encountered a severe case of this yesterday.
All I can contribute is to contact Autism Research Institute, San Diego CA
but if your patient isn't autistic (as mine isn't) the tests on hearing
sensitivity may not be appropriate.
Other respondents: Please c.c. me!
Thanks, Heather Dunn
heatherd at global.co.zapimalj at aol.com wrote in article <855272467.26251 at dejanews.com>...
> I recently received a phone call from a parent of a child who
> is "sensitive" to loud noises, voices, etc. Her physician tells her
> not to worry--he will outgrow this behavior. I have evaluated other
> children with "sensitive" hearing and have always had normal audiometric
> results. Somewhere in my readings I recall an article on sensitive
> in children. Can anyone comment on the physiological or psychological
> (or ??) explanation for this sensitivity? Does anyone have a reference
> I can use for this parent? Thanks!
> Lori K.
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