It’s always so neat for me to watch Brody at audiology appointments. A big part of my job teaching the 3 year olds is working on audiology booth work. We work on the task of pointing to named pictures, turning to sound, or games such as putting in a peg when they hear the sound. I honestly didn’t know much after that with kids and audiology until I got to experience all the next steps with Brody.
Brody now gets to look at a chart of 1-10. 1 being really quiet and 10 being really loud. He can tell Dr. Mike what each tone sounds like to him so he can program the cochlear implant maps correctly. He’s super consistent with it too. Dr. Mike would try to trick him today by going back to certain frequencies and Brody would stay consistent with his choices. An 8 was the most comfortable and where we wanted him.
We are so thankful for all of our @cincychildrens ENT and Audiology members of Brody’s team!
After every visit, Brody only wants to go to the cafeteria to get some @larosaspizzeria. Not from the actual restaurants because isn’t as cool of a setting 😂