Hearing loss can definitely make communicating with others a more challenging process.
While it helps if the person we’re conversing with practices good communication techniques such as facing us, making eye contact, speaking clearly without shouting, and not covering their...
Fireworks, concerts and sporting events all come with a risk for hearing loss, including:
- Permanent hearing loss: The loss of hearing that is never restored.
- Temporary hearing loss: Noise-induced hearing loss that typically lasts for less than a day.
- Tinnitus: A ringing, buzzing...
Because the loss of hearing can be emotionally similar to other major losses, the person may be going through the five stages of grief – denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance – as they begin to process it.
Associates in Hearing Healthcare – an audiology private practice in Barrington and Marlton, New Jersey – knows this is a complex topic.
Here are some things to keep in mind when visiting noisy locations.
- If the speech you’re...
PLANNING THE TRIP
When making travel arrangements, let the hotel, airline, and car rental companies know you have hearing loss. Informing them prior to your arrival allows them to prepare information in writing for you.
Keep extra batteries...
However, what if there was a way to merge the resolution to take care of your physical wellness, as well as your personal wellbeing? By taking control of your hearing health, you can. For those who are on the fence,...
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If you think you're starting to have hearing issues, want to treat hearing loss or need some more information about hearing, get in touch with our team today.