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Holiday gifts for people with hearing loss

Sound Advice by Ruth D. Bernstein With the holidays approaching, I thought I’d write a column about communication tips. Then I remembered there are two excellent articles on this topic already – Holiday Madness by CHC’s Arlene Romoff and Holiday Hearing – You Can Do It! by HLAA’s Katherine Bouton. I thought about topics while […]

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My hearing accessibility needs as a voter and museumgoer

Sound Advice by Advocate Ruth D. Bernstein One of the challenges of having a hearing loss is you can’t always anticipate the situations where you may need help and the kind of help you want in advance. I’m fortunate because I’ve learned how to ask for help and do so all the time. On the […]

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Audiology tips for parents of children with hearing loss in school

Maximize your child’s access to sound in the classroom With the back-to-school season underway, here are CHC’s Top 6 Audiology Tips for parents and teachers of children with hearing loss.  If you follow these recommendations, you will ensure that your child or student with hearing loss has maximum access to sound in the classroom. All […]

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