How to Plan a Meeting for Employees with Hearing Loss
From using proper technology to choosing the right room and lighting, learn how to make your work meetings more inclusive and accessible for employees with hearing loss.More
Want to Improve Your Hearing? There's an App for That!
An ear with hearing loss is like a weakened muscle—with regular training and exercise, you can greatly improve your ability to hear in noisy environments and differentiate between subtle sounds.More
More Than Snoring: Apnea & Hearing Loss Linked
Sleep apnea, a disorder that causes a disruption in breathing patterns while asleep, is known to exacerbate a number of health concerns. In addition to making you groggy and irritable, routine snoring and an interrupted sleep schedule can have a serious impact on your hearing health.More
10 Famous People with Hearing Loss
One of the most difficult aspects of hearing loss is the sense of alienation that comes with it. Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles are universally recognized as heroes for not letting their blindness stop them from producing some of the greatest music of the last century. However, for those who are hard of hearing, role models can be a bit harder to find, despite the fact that a staggering 360 million people suffer from hearing loss around the world, with children making up nearly one-tenth of that number.More