How to Communicate With Someone Who Has Hearing Loss
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February 1, 2018
Written by John Thistle BC-HIS

As frustrating as it can be for a hard of hearing person to communicate with their loved ones and friends, it can be equally frustrating for others to communicate with them. Communication is a two-way street and both sides must work together to facilitate a healthy conversation. Thankfully, there are things that can be done on both sides to aid in the dialog. The most important aspect is to be aware of what the person with hearing loss experiences.

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John is the proud owner of Newcastle’s original Audiology clinic. Being both Board Certified and Hard of Hearing, he is a well trained and experienced professional to work with hearing loss and hearing aids from both sides of the fence.