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Volume 10

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?

Volume 9

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…

Volume 7

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.

Volume 6

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.