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Sergey HarutyunyanSergey Harutyunyan

Narrated by Vadruhi Hovsepyan, Sergey´s mother

Sergey HarutyunyanHello, I am Varduhi Hovsepyan, Sergey Harutyunyan’s mother.
Sergey was born quite healthy, but the basic vaccinations were done not at the right time. Before receiving the last diphtheria vaccine the child had flue, but the doctor did not pay attention and did the vaccination. As a result Sergey’s condition got worse after that. He recovered, but his immune system was very weak and he got permanently ill with flue, which was followed by having a cough.
When he was nine months old he had hard flue and was terribly coughing. He was injected with antibiotic gentamicin, but the dosage was too high for him and as a side effect he suffered from sensorineural hearing loss until it reached 4th grade.
Finally, at the age of five he was cochlear implanted as the only solution to regain hearing. We would have done the implantation much earlier, but the problem, of course, was the financing. Only at this age we managed to find a donor with the help of Erebouni Medical Center in Yerevan, Armenia.

At the age of eight he started to attend a mainstream school. This was one year later than children normally do, but until then Sergey was attending therapy sessions and was learning how to speak.
This year now he will already attend the 10th class. He reads Armenian with syllables, also knows English and Russian letters.
At the beginning Sergey was bearing an SP with bag, which caused a little problem for him at school. As he was growing and became a teenager it was not really cool to have a bag on his back.
Five years ago Sergey was donated a “new” Freedom SP by Dr. Monika Lehnhardt, President of Prof. Ernst Lehnhardt Foundation. This Freedom speech processor helped my son a lot, he started to hear much better and was happy with its small size. He finally got rid of the bag.
It is a long way and he still has difficulties in his speech, but they are gradually decreasing.
We are thankful to the ENT department of Erebouni Medical Center and Prof. Ernst Lehnhardt Foundation for organizing and realizing charity projects for children with CI systems.Narrated by Vadruhi Hovsepyan, Sergey´s mother

Sergey HarutyunyanHello, I am Varduhi Hovsepyan, Sergey Harutyunyan’s mother.
Sergey was born quite healthy, but the basic vaccinations were done not at the right time. Before receiving the last diphtheria vaccine the child had flue, but the doctor did not pay attention and did the vaccination. As a result Sergey’s condition got worse after that. He recovered, but his immune system was very weak and he got permanently ill with flue, which was followed by having a cough.
When he was nine months old he had hard flue and was terribly coughing. He was injected with antibiotic gentamicin, but the dosage was too high for him and as a side effect he suffered from sensorineural hearing loss until it reached 4th grade.
Finally, at the age of five he was cochlear implanted as the only solution to regain hearing. We would have done the implantation much earlier, but the problem, of course, was the financing. Only at this age we managed to find a donor with the help of Erebouni Medical Center in Yerevan, Armenia.

At the age of eight he started to attend a mainstream school. This was one year later than children normally do, but until then Sergey was attending therapy sessions and was learning how to speak.
This year now he will already attend the 10th class. He reads Armenian with syllables, also knows English and Russian letters.
At the beginning Sergey was bearing an SP with bag, which caused a little problem for him at school. As he was growing and became a teenager it was not really cool to have a bag on his back.
Five years ago Sergey was donated a “new” Freedom SP by Dr. Monika Lehnhardt, President of Prof. Ernst Lehnhardt Foundation. This Freedom speech processor helped my son a lot, he started to hear much better and was happy with its small size. He finally got rid of the bag.
It is a long way and he still has difficulties in his speech, but they are gradually decreasing.
We are thankful to the ENT department of Erebouni Medical Center and Prof. Ernst Lehnhardt Foundation for organizing and realizing charity projects for children with CI systems.

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