May is Better Speech and Hearing Month, and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is putting all of their efforts into building awareness about communication disorders,
Family & Relationships, Hearing Loss
The Link Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline
Hearing loss means you are missing parts of conversation, missing social interaction – perhaps starting to feel a little isolated. In addition to the obvious
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What to Expect at a Hearing Exam
If you think you are experiencing hearing loss or your loved ones or co-workers have expressed concerns, don’t delay getting a hearing test. So much
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Talking to a Loved One about Hearing Loss
If someone close to you is struggling with hearing loss, chances are you have noticed it. Signs like having the television on at maximum volume,
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How to Identify the Signs of Hearing Loss
Understanding Hearing Loss As an invisible condition that occurs gradually, hearing loss is difficult to recognize at first. The Hearing Loss Association of America reports
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