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Sarah Ivermee makes hearing aids fun for children

Sarah Ivermee is a UK Mum who has a four year old son named Freddie. When he was three months old, Freddie was diagnosed with a profound hearing loss.

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Freddie started wearing hearing aids and later received a cochlear implant.

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As a brief background, technological advances have made it possible for deaf children to be able to hear. Cochlear implants show promising effects making patients hear and act normal like hearing people do.

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As a brief background, technological advances have made it possible for deaf children to be able to hear. Cochlear implants show promising effects making patients hear and act normal like hearing people do.

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Mum Sarah did not really encounter problems getting Freddie to put on his hearing aids.

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However, she noticed other young kids did not really like wearing their hearing aids because they make them different. Many deaf kids did not want to be seen wearing them.

Sarah thought that she could it make it more fun for kids with hearing problems to put on their hearing aids.

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Sarah thought that she could it make it more fun for kids with hearing problems to put on their hearing aids.

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Normal hearing gadgets are limited in styles and colours.

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Thus, 29-year old got an idea to build her own company and make attractive hearing aids that children will actually love.

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With the help of her hubby, Ivermee started her own company and began designing and creating cool hearing aids for kids.

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Available designs of hearing aids that she does include Batman, Toy Story, Star Wars and Spiderman. The kits sell for $10 each.

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What makes her venture very interesting is that she found a business opportunity to help her son and others enjoy their hearing aids.

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Now, Freddie loves wearing his lugs and the business has taken on a new dimension. The designs are plentiful and there is something that will make an impaired child happy and confident.

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Now, Freddie loves wearing his lugs and the business has taken on a new dimension. The designs are plentiful and there is something that will make an impaired child happy and confident.

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