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Accepting, Treating, and Thriving with Hearing Loss
Hearing loss should not be embarrassing, but sometimes it just is.
Your mother is always there for you. Now it is your turn to be there for her. Follow these steps to effectively and compassionately help her face the challenge of hearing loss.
Use proper conversation protocol at your next meeting to enhance productivity and effectiveness. Try these communication tips for all from someone with hearing loss.
Does your hearing suffer when you have a head cold? Try these coping strategies, particularly if you already have some hearing loss.
We must break the stigma of hearing loss. It is a matter of life and mind — your mind. What can you do to help?
Does your hearing loss ever make you so frustrated you could just scream? Try these tips to help you survive these inevitable bouts of vexation.
Hearing loss can make the holidays tricky, but there is no need to miss out on all the fun. Follow these tips and enjoy a festive and joyful holiday season.
Should you announce your hearing loss at meetings? Absolutely. Self-advocacy helps you get the job done.
Don't say these two words to someone with hearing loss.
Children are more at risk from noise-induced hearing loss than ever before. We need to teach them how to protect their hearing before it is too late.
Does your hearing loss exhaust you? You are not alone.
Do you have trouble communicating with others because of your hearing loss? Set yourself up for success with these six steps.
Do you or someone you love have a hearing loss? Here are five reasons to find out. Your health and happiness depend on it.
Are you or someone you love new to hearing loss? Get on the right path medically, emotionally, and practically with these tips.
Would you like to have better conversations with someone with hearing loss? These communication best practices can help.
Shari Eberts is a hearing loss advocate, writer, and the founder of LivingWithHearingLoss.com.