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Free Transportation for Seniors in Manhattan

Project CART Did you know the New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc., offers a DFTA-funded transportation program for adults 60+, including those in wheelchairs? It’s called Project CART, which stands for Community Arranged Resident Transportation. We think it’s a service Manhattan seniors could really benefit from so we’re helping to get the word out. […]

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TLC for Hearing Aids

Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein I’m recovering from the shock of having my right hearing aid fall apart, something that has never happened to me before in the 45+ years I’ve been wearing aids. As I was getting ready to go to exercise class, something I do regularly because it helps keep my body, […]

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Hearing Loss Advocate Shares Lessons Learned

Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein I have a history as an advocate for people with hearing loss which goes back many years. In the process of advocating, I’ve learned many lessons, a few of which I want to share with you in recognition of Better Hearing and Speech Month. Lesson One – Coping with […]

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LINES OF COMMUNICATION

Better communication strengthens human connection. CHC shares tips and techniques to help people of all ages with hearing loss (and without!) to work, learn, and play better. Subscribe to our Blog »