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3 Tips for Talking About Hearing Loss with a Loved One

Though talking about hearing loss can be challenging, family members are often the first to notice when a loved one is experiencing hearing loss. If you have a family member who might be experiencing hearing loss, you might notice that you’re having to repeat your sentences over and over. You might notice that the TV’s […]

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You Are Not Alone: The Prevalence of Age-Related Hearing Loss

How common is age-related hearing loss? According to the National Institutes of Health, age is the strongest predictor of hearing loss. Though hearing loss is not uncommon at any age (approximately 15% of American adults aged 18 and over report some trouble hearing), people who are in the 60 to 69 age range report age-related […]

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5 More Ways to Support a Parent Experiencing Hearing Loss

In our previous blog, we explored 5 ways to support a parent experiencing hearing loss. These tips focused on practical ways to support your parent and improve your communication. Supporting a loved one through the process of hearing loss is extremely important, so we thought we’d offer 5 more ways to support them with coping with […]

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5 Ways to Support a Parent Experiencing Hearing Loss

Do you have a parent experiencing hearing loss? Hearing loss can be an isolating and challenging experience. Having a supportive group of family and friends is essential to coping with hearing loss. It can be difficult to know where to start in figuring out how to support a parent experiencing hearing loss. Below are 5 […]

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Having Trouble Hearing?

“Heycanyoupasstheremote?” “What??” “Canyoupasstheremote??” “Pass the what??” “Nevermindit’sokay…” Does it feel like the people in your life are always mumbling? Are you having to ask them to repeat what they are saying over and over and it still doesn’t feel like they are speaking clearly? It’s true that young people can be notorious for mumbling, but […]

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