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Catching up with CHC alum Samantha Cohen

Where are they now? Samantha Cohen understands the challenges of learning to hear and speak with the aid of cochlear implants. She spent much of her childhood here at the Center for Hearing and Communication participating in intensive auditory-oral therapy. Now she’s a junior at Cornell studying in Spain for the semester. She reached out […]

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Hearing loss and healthy aging conference May 11

Weinstein, Pichora-Fuller, Chodish, Lafargue present I’m thrilled to be taking part in the May 11th audiology conference presented by the Center for Hearing and Communication in partnership with CaringKind. Hearing Loss, Dementia and Healthy Aging: Audiologist as Gatekeeper? is a vitally important continuing education course that puts a spotlight on the dementia crisis and highlights […]

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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

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