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Hearing Loss in the Workplace

Hearing Loss in the Workplace

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If you live with hearing loss, you know that hearing issues bring with them unexpected challenges. Untreated hearing loss can limit our relationships with family and friends, affect our mood and overall health and make it harder to get ahead at the workplace. How we handle hearing loss can have a big impact on whether or not our hearing issues hold us back. Here are some tips if you are managing your hearing loss in a professional environment. Use Hearing Aids Most hearing loss can be better handled when you use hearing aids. Getting hearing aids is a proactive step…

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Nonverbal Cues to Help You in Meetings

Nonverbal Cues to Help You in Meetings

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The workplace is one of the hardest places to negotiate hearing loss. After all, a lot rides on communication on the job, from staying in the loop and learning a new task to closing deals to connecting with your coworkers. Hearing loss doesn’t have to hold you back. Using hearing aids, assistive technology can help you stay on top of your job. Learning to pick up nonverbal communication cues can also provide critical context for conversations. If you’ve struggled with hearing loss you have probably already picked up on some of these nonverbal signals that help you understand what is…

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How Hearing Loss May Affect Your Job

How Hearing Loss May Affect Your Job

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Hearing loss can have many unexpected effects on our lives. Of course, hearing loss affects our abilities to simply hear the world around us, be that conversations with friends and loved ones, or ambient sounds such as passing cars, bird song, or wind rustling through the tree tops that attune us to our surroundings. When we lose the ability to hear subtle and overt noises, however, our communication as a whole can shift drastically. This can make us feel disoriented in any given space. It can also make us less willing to participate in the world around us. Hearing loss…

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