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All posts by: Ruth Bernstein

A joyous hearing challenge

Editor’s Note: We’re delighted to share the news that Ruth Bernstein will be honored with the Spirit of HLAA Award June 22nd at the 2019 HLAA Convention in Rochester. Congratulations, Ruth, on this well-deserved honor. Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein My oldest grandson was married at the Russian Tea Room in New York City […]

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Hearing access advocacy: the gift that keeps on giving

Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein It’s time for my annual holiday gift column. This year I looked for inspiration in what I’ve written over the years and decided we should give ourselves and the hearing loss community the gift of each becoming hearing access ambassadors (HAAs).  I’m sure you’re asking yourself how and why […]

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Tips for dining out when you have a hearing loss

Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein I’m a sociable person and enjoy eating out occasionally. I’m also someone with a profound hearing loss. Hearing in restaurants is one of the major coping challenges I’ve encountered over the years. Two crowdsourced apps have recently been introduced that can help make finding a restaurant for people with […]

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