The Adorable Moment a Little Boy Hears Live Music for the First Time After Revolutionary Implant Cures his Deafness

This is the adorable moment a formerly deaf boy hears live music for the first time after months of silence due to an illness.

When Jace Lee turned four-years-old in March 2017, mom Brenda became increasingly worried about the lack of progression in her son’s speech, only to later learn he suffered a sudden case of Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss which rendered him completely deaf.

Spending the following months in virtual silence, Jace was fitted with a revolutionary cochlear implant – a surgically implanted electronic device providing a sense of hearing to the profoundly deaf.

The youngster was taken to a basketball game in Texas, and a video shows him processing sound for the first time in several weeks, and he can’t help but dance.

The boy, with his implant seen attached to his ear and head, was mesmerized by the booming sound of the drums when his mother took him to see a game of basketball 

When Jace Lee (pictured) turned four-years-old in March 2017, mom Brenda (left) became increasingly worried about the lack of progression in her son's speech, only to later learn he suffered a sudden case of Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss, rendering him completely deaf

Three months after having the ‘miracle’ aid fitted, Brenda thought it was about time he experienced his first basketball game on January 2, as he continues his rediscovery of world through the medium of sound.

But it wouldn’t be the basketball match that grasped the curious boy’s attention.

Walking through the halls of the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, Jace runs towards the thumping noise now present in his ears and is momentarily mesmerized by the booming sound, before galloping across the floor and busting some moves.

When he registered the sound in his ears, he burst into dance at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas

Overwhelmed by her son’s reaction to the band, Brenda, 26, said: ‘Very suddenly we realised Jace no longer was responding to his name or turning when sounds were made.

‘He had a number of tests as to why, but the results have been in conclusive; no reason, it just went away.+

‘He is so curious now, we love watching him discover new things and sounds.

‘This was his first basketball game and we were so excited – it’s special to us to have these experiences as a family and have him soak everything up in this way.

‘As we walked in, he signed to us ‘where is that sound’ and danced his way down the stairs to where the band were.

‘It’s overwhelming for us, sometimes we don’t cry because of the excitement and sometimes we are excited to tears.

‘This was the first time he’d seen a live band and he was overwhelmed – his body just told him what to do.

‘We hope he will now get the best out of the implants and lead a successful, happy life.’

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