Isn’t it strange how patients sometimes just “hear what they want to hear.” For example, you are positive you didn’t say “I love WebMD, go ahead and read that instead of asking me for advice.” Yet somehow, that is the primary piece of information they left your office with. They are truly missing some of your best advice. Today I’m going to give you my Top 5 Tips on How To Be Heard for healthcare providersRead on!
How to make hearing during family gatherings more manageable, so we can actually engage with people and enjoy ourselves! A few simple tricks can make a big impact.Read on!
One of the largest longitudinal health studies ever performed highlights the immense power of quality relationships with others. Hearing loss can get directly in the way of this human necessity and dramatically impact our health. Hearing Ally provides resources on how to truly address hearing loss.Read on!
As an audiologist I’ve learned how to communicate in a way that makes it easier for people with hearing loss to understand me – even without their hearing aids on! Watch our video blog for two keys to being understood.Read on!
We’re not just talking spare batteries here. Are you prepared to communicate in the midst of alarms or adverse weather (e.g. waterproof note pad)? We are all vulnerable in an emergency, but when you have a hearing loss life saving preparedness might be something like calling the hotel in advance that you need a special alarm in the event of a fire.Read on!