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10 Tips for Managing Face Masks and Hearing Loss

In this Era of Face Masks: Ideas for Better Communication with Hearing Loss Mastering communication while face masks are worn while social distancing six feet away is difficult for everyone, especially those with hearing loss. This combination disrupts the vital visual and auditory input people with hearing loss need to communicate effectively. To help, the […]

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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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CMV causes deafness + other disabilities in children

CMV: What expectant parents need to know The New York Times just published an important article on cytomegalovirus (CMV), a potentially devastating viral infection that many CHC families know all too well. Most people infected with CMV show no signs or symptoms. But the virus can cause serious health problems for babies infected before they […]

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