“But no current technology removes the risk in putting pedestrians with hearing loss and cyclists on the same path. So, please, planners of greenways, take that into account.”
“There is no cure, but [ tinnitus] is increasingly well-understood in terms of what it is and what you can do to live with it, and for the most part it can be well-managed.”
“Sixty percent of returning veterans have hearing damage of some kind.”
“Those who have attended our meetings (third Saturday most months — not October — at 10.30 a.m. at Seymour Auditorium, Care Partners, 68 Sweeten Creek Road) will agree that we have had some excellent presentations by noteworthy speakers.”
“You have to get used to a new way of hearing, but when you do, the result can be life-transforming.”
[Xpress has] been carrying articles related to wellness, emphasizing the whole person. But if you are going to deal with the health of the whole person, you need to consider hearing loss and the limited availability of means for dealing with it. It can lead to gross isolation, which can be a life and death […]
Dr. Juliette Sterkens gave a presentation March 10 at St. Eugene’s Catholic Church on the benefits of the hearing loop technology. The event drew dozens of people, many of them older adults, and some of them audiologists.