Living Well with Hearing Loss: A Guide for the Hearing-Impaired and Their Families
Explains how to spot the warning signs and deal with the psycho-emotional effects of this condition. Along with complete coverage of physical causes, it offers the hearing-impaired a wide range of corrective aids and preventive methods. Regarding friends and relatives, it provides important communication tips and insights including the latest discoveries in infants and children, social ramifications of hearing loss such as educational roadblocks and requirements. Also features consumer information on hearing devices plus the pros and cons of in-the-ear hearing aids. Contains a General Resource Guide and information on supportive organizations.
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