8 edition of Coping with hearing loss and hearing aids found in the catalog.
|Statement||Debra A. Shimon.|
|Series||Coping with aging series|
|LC Classifications||RF291.5.A35 S53 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 210 p. :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||91026186|
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Out of 5 stars Coping with Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids(Coping with Aging Series) Reviewed in the United States on Octo As a health professional I found the information on hearing loss and hearing aids excellent, enabling me to better help the residents of the nursing home where I work/5(2).
As a hearing aid user for more than 40 years, I think this book is a good summary of the information that I need and have bought copies of it to educate my family and friends. I suspect the unhappy user was never correctly fitted with an adequate hearing aid and feels used and by: 3.
There are several excellent chapters on the psychosocial and emotional aspects of hearing loss. Many consumers will probably pick the book up and go right to the chapter on hearing aids. The authors wisely point out that the hearing aid is not the first step in dealing with a hearing loss and stress the importance of acceptance and motivation.
2 days ago The solution was bilateral hearing aids. Getting hearing aids in my 20s was tough. I did what any bookworm would do, and gravitated to books to get me through it.
Of course, there were the informative audiology books, but it was a frantic search for fiction that helped me come to terms with my situation. These are the books I read. Coping with Hearing Loss: Hearing loss is an all too common cause of emotional turmoil, and is on the increase, affecting people at ever younger ages.
How I cope with hearing loss. Read lips on the sly. I think I’ve become a pretty good lip reader. I never stare directly at someone’s mouth as I think a lot of people 2. Read facial expressions and body language. It’s amazing what you can pick up when you watch someone closely.
I often use. 10+ ways to cope with hearing loss. Do bear in mind that strategies for coping with hearing loss need to be thought about in advance. Don't just assume that you'll think of something when you need it, as you probably won't. Instead you can very easily feel isolated and inadequate.
In fact, the prevalence of hearing loss among younger men and women is on the rise. About 14% of people between ages 45 and 64 have hearing loss (an increase of 26% in this age group since ). And as the baby boomers continue to age, the incidence of hearing loss is expected to : Richard Trubo.
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Hearing aids are a popular way of coping with hearing impairment and help the hearing impaired in managing their disability and improving their lifestyle. There are many different types of hearing aids. They come in various shapes, colours, price tags, designs and functions. Depending on the specific case in terms of hearing loss, severity and age of the wearer, the recommended hearing aid may.
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Get this from a library. Coping with hearing loss and hearing aids. [Debra A Shimon]. Katherine Bouton’s Living Better With Hearing Loss is one such book.
It is a treasure trove of detailed information on the ins and outs of hearing aids, hearing loops, cochlear implants, tips for traveling with hearing loss, tips for coping with hearing loss on the job, and even with dating.
If you think you might need a hearing checkup, you probably do. This Special Health Report, Coping with Hearing Loss: A guide to prevention and treatment, contains in-depth information on the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of hearing 'll learn how to prevent hearing loss and preserve the hearing you have now.
You'll also learn about the latest advances in hearing aid technology and. March 8th, Seven Tips To Help You Survive The Office With Hearing Loss. Modern offices are a tough place for those of us with hearing loss.
The trend of late has been for "open plan" offices, basically large open spaces stuffed full of desks, with no dividing walls between desks or areas.5/5(23). Review OF Hearing Aid: Coping With Hearing Loss. by tanya The premium degree CPR Call Blocker V puts you again in control of your privacy with the newest in Call Blocking technology.
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Most hearing loss can be prevented, such as wearing protective hearing gear and turning down the volume when wearing earphones on phones and music players.
For further resources, the NIDCD and NICHCY websites have a lot of information on hearing loss in children and adults, types of hearing loss, common causes of hearing loss, %(1).
If you have tinnitus, it may make sense to invest in a pair of hearing aids. Hearing loss and tinnitus are comorbid, meaning it is common for patients to experience both conditions simultaneously.
Hearing aids can provide a solution for hard of hearing individuals who want to cope with their tinnitus. : Coping with Hearing Loss () by Rezen, Susan V. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(1).
Parents and educators often turn to children's books about hearing loss because they serve as a means for reassuring and educating a child about his or her hearing disability. Numerous books available deal with this topic. While some of books deal with educational info, others focus on fictional characters who are also dealing with hearing : Susie Mcgee.Don’t Hide Your Feelings.
“Hearing loss is a loss like any other in our lives,” says Angela Nelson, AuD, a hearing doctor in Burbank, CA. “It’s a death of part of an individual, [and you have] to move through the grief process.”.
To do that, reach out to friends and family for help.Understanding Hearing Loss Presentation Notes Slide 1 No commentary Slide 2 Before discussing hearing loss, it is important to understand how we hear. We’ll take a few minutes to review the parts of the ear and then discuss how sound travels from the outer ear to the brain for interpretation.