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Party like a deafie: Tips for going out with hearing loss

Attending social situations and parties can be daunting as a deaf teen, I’ve learned some things about dealing with social situations along the way.

When should children care for their own hearing aids?

Handing over control of hearing aids can encourage independence and foster confidence in your child. Here are 5 steps to hearing aid self management.

5 Hearing Loss Issues that Defined 2016

Breaking stigmas, innovative technologies, new research and new perceptions have made 2016 a defining year for deaf culture.

Is an in-the-ear hearing aid right for me?

ITE hearing aids are custom designed to sit perfectly within the outer ear while the half shell fits within the outer part of your ear.

How my hearing aids survived a pool party

A few summers ago, I had one of my worst nightmares come true. My hearing aids got wet. When it happened, it was like super slow motion, as gravity pulled […]

How hearing rehabilitation can help deaf musicians

Hearing loss is an especially unique and tragic experience for any musician. Here are some tips for hearing rehabilitation for musicians.

3 Tips For Deaf Teens Preparing for University

Ready to graduate high school and tackle the world as a university student with profound hearing loss?

24 hours of traveling with hearing loss

Traveling with hearing loss can bring lots of complications, such as not being able to hear announcements, but it also comes with some perks.

My experience with Phonak Audéo B-R hearing aids

Recently, I got a new pair of hearing aids. Phonak Audéo B-R hearing aids to be exact. So far, they have completely met my expectations.

How a deaf creative director uses technology to achieve his dreams

Peter is completely deaf in one ear and have about 35-40 percent hearing in the other ear, but is fully equipped with hearing technology.

Why I finally decided my dad needs hearing aids

I never thought about buying hearing aids for my parents until recently. When I asked them what they can hear.

Thinking About Schools for my Deaf Child

My son will start school in September 2018, which for some may seem quite far away, but the time to pick a school is fast approaching and I just don’t […]

Not Hearing or Not Listening: 7 Ways to Tell if Your Child Understands You

Parenting a child with hearing loss has unique challenges. Here are some tips.

A deafie’s guide to celebrating the 4th of July

Celebrate the 4th of July when deaf or hard of hearing while protecting your hearing aids, ears, hearing and showing off your American pride!

5 Ways to Teach Children about Hearing Loss to Discourage Bullying 

Kids will be kids, and bullies sometimes exist. But how can you protect your children? Is there a way, as a parent, to deal with bullying of kids with hearing […]

Why using Roger technology at home benefits my hard of hearing child

The day our son’s teacher let us take home the Phonak Roger FM System, was the day we realized this vital piece of technology needed to be used not just […]

Tips for teaching a preschooler with hearing loss

  “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela Teachers are amazing. Their ability to juggle multiple levels and abilities of students […]

What is single-sided hearing?

When you enter the world of hearing loss, it feel as though you are expected to learn a new language. There is so much jargon to get used to: ‘unilateral’, […]

This NFL executive is talking about hearing loss to break down stigmas

One deaf NFL executive is speaking out about his hearing loss, in hopes of inspiring others and reduce the stigmas around hearing aids. 

Being the Change: How to End Hearing Loss Prejudice

It is often said that people fear what they do not understand. Ending the hearing loss prejudice begins with us.