Hearing Concerns: Daily Life
Annotation:Samuel Trychin, Ph.D. and International Federation of Hard of Hearing People - Originally published Seminars in Hearing Volume 18, Number 2, May 1997, pp 77-86, this is an informed discussion of how to cope with hearing loss, primarily by adopting a more effective communication behavior.
Annotation:National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, National Institutes of Health - An overview of the TRS services: just as you can dial 411 for information, you can dial 711 to access all telecommunications relay services anywhere in the United States. The relay service is free. Includes a link to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for further information.
Annotation:American Academy of Family Physicians - This site discusses the most common type of permanent hearing loss.
Annotation:Sensible tips about understanding your tinnitus, taking care of your self, having a positive attitude and lining up support.
Annotation:American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery - Discusses common problems the traveler may encounter and how planning and technology can help.
Annotation:Hearingloss.com - What a person with hearing loss can do to reduce his or her anger and live a better life.
Annotation:Self Help for Hard of Hearing People, and International Federation of Hard of Hearing People - A discussion of how commitment, intimacy and passion, three components of a loving relationship, can be affected by hearing difficulties.
Annotation:San Jose Masonic Center. 2500 Masonic Dr., San Jose, CA 95125-2019 Judie Cordy, President, Phone:408-923-9205 Marjorie Iller Chapter Contact Phone: 408-867-9557. The website consist of a blog of interesting entries.
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