Tyla and Matt weren’t sure what was possible after they learned their second child Connor was born with significant hearing loss. With the expert care Connor received while getting a cochlear implant at Children’s Minnesota – they knew exactly what to do when their other son, Roman, was also born with significant hearing loss.
Lainey Brod made and sold bracelets to raise money to buy clear face masks for Children's Minnesota.
January 1, 1970, 12 a.m. – 12 a.m., Roseville
By participating or pledging a walker in the Walk for Talk you will help give a child a voice. The goal of the event is to raise funds to enable all students to reach their full potential regardless of their family's income level. With your help, we can ensure that each and every student is provided with the best opportunity to achieve lifelong success.
An audiogram is a chart used to plot out hearing sensitivity and visually display the results of an audiogram hearing test. The quietest sounds a person can hear—thresholds—are measured across a broad range of pitches.
Some hearing disorders are medically or surgically correctable if they are caused by certain middle or outer ear problems; this will be determined by an ear, nose, and throat doctor. Permanent hearing disorders of the inner ear can be managed with hearing aids and/or other assistive listening devices available through an audiologist.
The new Children’s Minnesota Primary Care and Specialty Center on Bass Lake Road in Maple Grove is pleased to offer audiology services. To schedule an appointment at any of our locations, call 612-874-1292
Children’s Physician Access is available 24/7 with a representative on the line throughout the call to assist with referrals, consultations and admissions and to provide general information.