Why a Hard-of-Hearing Cat is My Mascot

Hearing Loss CPR book

With the recent promotions of my revised and expanded hearing loss book, many ask, “What’s up with the cat wearing hearing aids?” A hard-of-hearing cat wearing hearing aids is the mascot for my books about hearing loss for two reasons.  First of all, I am nuts about cats. If I can…

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Aging parents? You need this book NOW!

Hearing Loss CPR book

Hearing loss and aging go together.     If you are finding it increasingly difficult to connect with your parents because of hearing loss, you’ll want to get a copy of Hearing Loss CPR, Keep the Connection Alive; a book that focuses on communicating with someone who is hard of hearing.…

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Significant Cochlear Implant Milestone

Recently I happily reached a significant Cochlear Implant milestone.   There are many ways to get the most out of your hearing-aid investment.  Here’s a critical one that applies to Cochlear Implants too:  Check and double-check your ears before entering water Get into the habit of checking your ears anytime…

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The Cochlear Implant Eight Months Later

It has been eight months since my cochlear implant was activated. Here’s what I’ve experience and have learned from others. My Personal Experience: Voices are still a bit garbled, but when I wear the cochlear with my hearing aid in my other ear on “surround sound,” I am getting along better in crowds,…

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