Photo credit: Alexander Dummer from Pexels by Daniel Fink, MD, Chair, The Quiet Coalition The Quiet Coalition’s Arline Bronzaft, PhD, recently wrote about a website in Japan that allows people to report noisy locations, including noisy children. Dr. Bronzaft has a lot of experience with noise complaints, having served five New York City mayors and
Photo credit: Máximo from Pexels by Arline L. Bronzaft, Ph.D., Board of Directors, GrowNYC, and Co-founder, The Quiet Coalition Over the past thirty years, many New Yorkers have contacted me at GrowNYC to assist with their noise complaints. A large number of these complaints deal with neighbor to neighbor noise intrusions, with some complaints focused
Dr. Daniel Fink writes about this holiday season’s list of loudest toys to avoid. One major issue is there is no evidenced-based noise exposure levels for children, so if a toy sounds too loud, then assume it is too loud.
Kids learn about noise and classroom learning from the experts. And The Quiet Coalition’s Dr. Arline Bronzaft hopes the lessons learned will encourage kids to reduce noise.
Don't let unsafe use of tech and toys ruin your children's hearing. Skip the headphones and loud toys, and give your kids the gift of continued good hearing.