Several friends of mine who works at school, some teachers or some teacher aides and we happen to talk about how deaf kids behaves or approach etc. Some of them asked me a specfici question because they know that my hub who have CI. Their question was they noticed that kids from age 3 to teenagers who just GOT ci and within a year or two years later, they can see that their behaviors change due to so many facial expression differently like squnting eyes, or body language seems uncomfortable etc. we are not sure if it relates with listening too loud that has not change to lower the volumes or nerves being hit when it sounds or etc. They do concern about it but for Adults who get CI recently and they feel ok but sometimes it went wrong but they can let doctor know right away. But children delays the responses and make doctors aware at a much later when they are not comfortable. any thoughts as to why their facial expression changes after they get ci, within a year or two years later, only babies to around 7 yrs old or 8 years old? FYI I am not a teacher or not working with children. It makes me curious that i know some of you who are working with children.