A heart-warming video shows a deaf baby's reaction to hearing his mother's voice for the first time after being fitted with a hearing aid. Arlo Clark, a 10-month-old boy who is partially deaf in both ears, lets out ad giggle and cracks a sweet smile when his mother Sara says "hello." Up to three out of every 1,000 children in the U.S. are born with a detectable level of hearing loss in one or both ears, figures show.
This home video shows the moment a deaf baby hears his mother's voice for the first time. 10-month-old Arlo Clark was born with partial deafness in both ears and could only hear sounds at a certain pitch. His heartbroken parents Sara and Adrian Clark were finally told he was deaf when the brave tot was eight-months-old. Now, thanks to doctors at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, Arlo can now hear the sound of his mother's voice after he was fitted with a hearing aid.