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All posts by: Ruth Bernstein

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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Heat alert! Special care for hearing aids

Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein It’s HOT! For the past few days, I’ve been receiving Heat Advisories from NYC and New York State. They explain how I can take care of myself during this intense heat wave. No one mentions that, if you wear hearing aids, they need special care when temperatures soar because […]

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The squeaky wheel gets greased

Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein On Sunday, June 17, 2018, I attended Lincoln Square Synagogue’s (LSS) 54th Annual Dinner. For the very first time, the event had CART and an audio loop, proof that a squeaky wheel gets greased – or in this case hearing accommodations! Getting the process rolling A dear friend and […]

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