Friday, March 6, 2020

Mom's new toys: Hearing aids for Mom


Mom has finally gotten hearing aids after two years of interesting challenges.  At first it was gradual but then it became more of a problem and I can only say that it has made such a difference to her and to me.

For a vision-impaired person who is required to communicate with someone with a hearing problem, there are so many challenges to overcome but at the same time it is a very deep and interesting learning experience.

For me, it means that I need to speak more loudly, more slowly, and to face the person to whom I am speaking. I also need to draw closer and to articulate more clearly.

This is what it is when someone is not wearing hearing aids but as soon as those trusty and reliable tiny devices are worn, then everything changes. It's like night and day!

I'm Donna J. Jodhan, your friendly accessibility advisor, wishing you a terrific day!

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