The holidays can be difficult for people managing hearing loss, but also for family and friends who want to ensure those with hearing loss feel included.
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Hearing loss affects not only the person with the loss but also the loved one’s in their life. But there are ways to make it easier on everyone.
With more than 36 million hearing-impaired Americans, there’s a good chance that one or more of them will show up at your holiday table. For these individuals, normal conversation can be a big challenge — a challenge that’s compounded at gatherings