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All posts categorized: Communicate Well, Live Well

Keeping hearing aids and cochlear implants on your child’s head

By Anita Stein-Meyers, Aud, CCC-A Assistant Director, Shelley and Steven Einhorn Audiology Center It is challenging enough in ordinary times to keep hearing devices in place; however, if your children are also wearing masks, the challenges are multiplied. While most masks used for medical purposes are adult size, there are many homemade and now commercial […]

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Videoconference captioning possible for hearing loss with accessory for musicians

By Carolyn Stern, MBA Assistant Director of Outreach and Strategic Initiatives I am excited to share a new set up using a unique accessory popular among musicians that has dramatically improved my ability to work and socialize while videoconferencing with a hearing loss. As mentioned in prior posts, I have two cochlear implants and hear […]

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Expanding Videoconferencing Access for People with Hearing Loss

By Laurie Hanin, Executive Director Since the pandemic began and daily communication shifted from in-person interactions to virtual gatherings, the Center for Hearing and Communication (CHC) has recognized the public’s urgent need for information on how to make these exchanges more accessible to people with hearing loss. Our weekly newsletter, Hear and Connect, has served […]

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LINES OF COMMUNICATION

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