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Setting Free Your Hearing Loss Emotions

When first dealing with hearing loss our emotions bounce all over the spectrum.  Yet, we often remain very stoic and do not express what we feel or fear. Please CLICK on the following link: Setting Free Your Hearing Loss Emotions

Hearing Loss: When Dinner Is A Disaster

Communicating with someone with hearing loss takes some work, especially in a group situation like a meal. Here Shari Ebert shares her best practice tips for effective communication with someone with hearing loss. Please CLICK on the following link: When Dinner Is A Disaster

Psychological Effects of Hearing Loss In Teens

Typically hearing loss is a problem we associate with the elderly, or perhaps with long-time operators of heavy machinery. Rarely do we think of it in conjunction with children and teens, and even when we do, we tend to assume that the disability has existed since birth. Please CLICK on the following link to learn more: Psychological Effects of Hearing Loss In Teens

Video: Emmanuel's Life With Hearing Loss

The following testimonial on video originated from Hearing Link (www.hearinglink.org), an organization based in the United Kingdom that serves the hearing loss community in a similar manner as the HLAA does in this country. Please CLICK on the following link: VIDEO

Video: Shona's Life With Hearing Loss

The following testimonial on video originated from Hearing Link (www.hearinglink.org), an organization based in the United Kingdom that  serves the hearing loss community in a similar manner as the HLAA does in this country. Please CLICK on the following link: VIDEO

Video: Tony & Sue's Life With Hearing Loss

The following testimonial on video originated from Hearing Link (www.hearinglink.org), an organization based in the United Kingdom that  serves the hearing loss community in a similar manner as the HLAA does in this country. Please CLICK on the following link: VIDEO

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