“What is Research?” “How can I tell what is good or bad research?” “Can research be biased…how would I know?”
These are likely some questions that you want to ask when your child is newly diagnosed with a hearing loss. As a parent, you are faced with many decisions to make and a short amount of time in which to understand what hearing loss is and the best way forward for your child.
When you hear, “Research says” or “Research supports”, the suggestion is that the information is grounded in solid fact. But what is research, and what does that term mean?
Join us as we answer commonly asked questions about research, the good and the bad, and discuss how you as a parent can navigate the complex world of research and scientific study. The goal is for you to have the tools you need to make the best decisions possible for your child and your family.