How to Communicate With Someone Who Has Hearing Loss
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July 1, 2018
Written by Rebecca Thistle

As the family member of someone with hearing loss, I think it’s easy to forget what life is like for them. You may get frustrated when they ask you to repeat things, or when trying to get their attention from another room, or trying to communicate in a noisy environment. Here are some things that I have learned over the years that have helped to make communication with my husband a lot easier for everyone:

Putting yourself in your loved-one’s shoes is an important aspect of living and interacting with someone with hearing loss. Try some of the tips above to help make their day a little easier.

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.