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Classrooms are dynamic listening environments and we need to continually evaluate whether we have appropriately matched the needs of the student with the recommended technology (and pivot when necessary).
Hearing health advocate Shari Eberts encourages audiologist to ensure some recently discovered communications tools and workarounds will transition to post-pandemic normality.
As we crawl our way through this global pandemic, Gael understands the need for masks. But that doesn’t mean she has to like them.
Drawing on her lifetime of training as a person with hearing loss and receiving care from a lot of hearing professionals, Gael Hannan shares some helpful tips.
Accepting the reality of hearing loss is a different process for everyone. Some adjust better than others, but we all struggle with the changed dynamics of our relationships; caught between worlds of people who can hear and the people who can’t.
The always insightful Gael Hannan gives us some expert tips on what good communication looks like for people with hearing loss.
Gael Hannan explains how people with hearing loss occupy an awkward place in this world that spins on the sounds of people, nature, and machines that most other people can hear and understand.
Advocates are often posting articles about what NOT to say to deaf people. In this instalment of “The Way I Hear It,” Gael Hannan tells us what we SHOULD say.
On a recent trip to Paris, Peter Stelmacovich wondered if there may be threats to audiology from new innovations.
Gael Hannan lays some wisdom on us with A HoH’s Credo.