‘An adventure of a year’ — Cochlear implants enable Marietta toddler to hear for first time
by Philip Clements
December 28, 2014 04:00 AM | 0 0 comments | 22 22 recommendations | email to a friend
When Richard and Trish Beeman of Marietta were told their newborn baby son, Max, was deaf, they didn’t believe it. “Georgia has a universal newborn hearing test, so he was tested when he was a newborn in the hospital and he didn’t pass,” Trish Beeman said. “But we were really skeptical about that because his sister, Ava, who is a year older, she also didn’t pass. But she was hearing fine and her talking was developing, so we thought, ‘T...
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Do you think legislators should create legislation that will tighten the terms under which development authorities give tax breaks to developers?