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Thinking Outside the Booth: Canadian Hearing Services
Founded in 1940, Canadian Hearing Services (CHS) has a long history and many years of experience providing products, services and education that empower Deaf and hard-of-hearing Canadians to overcome barriers to participation.
Views of Aging: Positive Beliefs and Attitudes Matter for Hearing and Other Health Issues
One of the most perplexing epidemiological statistics for audiologist is that only about 1 in 5 people with audiometric hearing loss who might benefit from amplification use hearing aids. How can audiologists improve hearing care for older adults?
When the Auditory Well of Vitality Runs Dry!
Gael can’t hear you, she’s too tired! When the auditory well of vitality runs dry…
An Examination of Living with Hearing Loss in an Inaccessible World: When Hearing Aids are Not Enough
In this edition of Issues in Accessibility, Janine Verge interviews Dr. Hugh J Haley, a psychologist who shares his personal experience living with hearing loss and the challenges and barriers he has encountered.
Assistive Listening Devices – Trust Me, They Work!
Greg Noel looks at the importance of demystifying the issues around assistive listening technology directly with the client.