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Deafness Isolation
Those of us who have gone deaf in later life often feel in some ways punished because of our social isolation.

Deafness through trauma
Being hearing in a hearing world is what most of us experience. It’s part of our life and something we mostly take for granted. So what does someone do who loses their hearing when they experience a trauma?

Deaf Blindness - Usher Syndrome
I can’t think of anything worse than to be cut off from the world by being both deaf and blind. Recently I have come across a number of people on our Cochlear Implant Experiences Facebook group who suffer from this. How hard their lives must be and I wondered what caused it.

Mental Health and hearing loss
It’s Mental Health awareness week here in Australia (October) and many programs on television and radio are geared to the issues of Mental Health. Depression is a common side-affect of hearing loss.

Not deaf but need help hearing
Technology is changing all of the time so if you need help hearing, keep up to date with changing technology.

Some people can't hear music
Some people don’t like musica at all because it makes no sense and is unpleasant. Others can’t recognise a beat, while others simply can’t recognise a melody or sing in tune.

Vertigo is debilitating while having an attack. It is not Meniere’s disease, which has some similar symptoms. Vertigo is not dangerous and usually goes away with rest.

Are Cochlear Implants for adults?
Cochlear implants have proven to work well in adults. If you are struggling with a hearing aid, then it may be time to look into getting better sound.

Stages of Loss and Grief
Shona Fennell shares her experience with going deaf and how people go through stages of loss and grief

Understanding Hyperacusis
Hyperacusis is a hearing disability, a reduced tolerance to noise, which means that many everyday sounds are painful.

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