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Connecting and coping in the age of coronavirus

By Ruth Bernstein, Consumer Advocate Originally published in the March-April, 2020 issue of News & Views, the bimonthly publication of the Hearing Loss Association of America, New York City Chapter Like almost everyone else, I have been home since early March. I follow Governor Cuomo’s Matilda’s Law and Dr. Fauci’s instructions carefully, because, at 86, […]

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After-School Professionals Appreciation Week

By Jaci Wright, LMHC Dear After-School Professionals, Thank you for all you do. In the midst of Covid-19, you are contacting families and serving the students to make sure that they have all of their needs met. You have worked with students to ensure academic success in unprecedented times. You have also been an outlet […]

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Why should my child keep hearing aids on at home?

By Anita Stein-Meyers, AuD, CCC-A Assistant Director, Shelley and Steven Einhorn Audiology Center Staying safe and staying home also means staying connected. Some children may feel now that they are learning at home, they do not have to wear their hearing aids or cochlear implants full-time. We encourage parents and caregivers to continue to have […]

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