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Liz’s Story, Hearing Romeo and Juliet

May 10,2017 Leave a Comment

Have you met Liz yet? Liz recently retired from being a high school English teacher. She thought that retirement would be more fun, with a lot of travel and adventures, but herhearing loss has kept her closer to home than she would like.…

Hearing the Sounds of the City

April 12,2017 Leave a Comment

Have you met Liz yet? Liz recently retired from being a high school English teacher. She thought that retirement would be more fun, with a lot of travel and adventures, but her hearingloss has kept her closer to home than she…

I Can Again – Hearing Stories with Don and Jennifer

April 8,2017 Leave a Comment

Hello friends, I had coffee with my friends Don and Jennifer this morning and I want to tell you about Don. His story is so similar to my own hearing loss discovery and how I found started living life again…

10 Tips for Managing Kids’ Tech Time

March 18,2017 Leave a Comment

The average child age 8 and under in the United States uses more than three personal tech devices—such as a tablet, smartphone, or video game console—at home, according to a new poll of parents conducted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association…

Can Hearing Loss Damage the Brain?

March 2,2017 2 Comments

CAN HEARING LOSS DAMAGE THE BRAIN?   The simple act of hearing is something that is easily taken for granted.  There may be times in our lives when we are very thankful that we heard something – a beautiful song,…