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Travelling can pose special challenges for a deaf or hard of hearing person, but it doesnít mean you shouldnít go.
Understanding deafened adults
For those of us who have experienced late on-set deafness our lives have been turned upside down. Everything familiar has become strange because we can no longer interpret the world as we know it and we donít know where we fit.
If someone who is born deaf and is illiterate has a Cochlear Implant will they understand?
Understanding hearing loss
At the 5th Australian National Deafness Summit in Canberra during May 2008 I was astounded to hear some of the statistics on the increase in prevelance of deafness. While the statistics I quote are for the Australian market they apply to all markets.
Hyperacusis is a hearing disability, a reduced tolerance to noise, which means that many everyday sounds are painful.
Understanding the excitement of hearing
When a child hears for the first time, what causes the excitement and joy? Is it the sound of his mother's voice or is it something else. It is exciting and it is wonderful that the child is now hearing but it will take time for them to learn to listen and understand what they are hearing.
Unrealistic Expectations from hearing technologies
A lot of people with a hearing impairment express their frustration with family and friends who think that just because they now have hearing aid or even an implantable hearing solution such as a cochlear implant or baha, they are expected to hear perfectly again.
Using a hearing aid
You just buy a hearing aid and stick it in your ear and you can hear properly again Ė thatís right isnít it? Wouldnít it be great if it was that simple, but itís not.
Using a phone
When you need a hearing aid of some kind, using a phone can be tricky. This article looks at some ways of using a phone with a Cochlear Implant....but some of the things also apply to using a phone with a hearing aid.
Vertigo is debilitating while having an attack. It is not Meniereís disease, which has some similar symptoms. Vertigo is not dangerous and usually goes away with rest.
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