Remote Learning During the Pandemic for Children with Hearing Loss
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Remote Learning During the Pandemic for Children with Hearing Loss

What Does Remote Learning Refer To? If a child has hearing loss, it might feel tricky to follow the classes compared to regular classmates’ flow. Many types of helpful platforms like virtual Learning, Online Learning, distance learning, and many came into existence to evade these circumstances. It outlines the online learning process using video conferences,…

Healthy Hearing Outreach During COVID-19
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Healthy Hearing Outreach During COVID-19

We all knew that Covid-19 screwed up the world at once. Every step and reach is wholly changed. No gatherings, businesses & companies closed, schools & colleges shuttered, the unexpected change in everyday living, and many. Unfortunately, hearing problems have no pause during the pandemic. Healthy Hearing Outreach During COVID-19 Hearing specialists say patients should…

Hearing Loss in Adults
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Hearing Loss in Adults

Roughly one in three people, above the age of 65 gradually notice hearing loss. This is very normal and termed Age-Related Hearing Loss or Presbycusis. They might feel hard and depressed to communicate with family and friends. Mostly, people hesitate and feel embarrassed to confess that they possess hearing loss. Hearing obstacles that are neglected…

What is Health Related Quality of Life
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What is Health Related Quality of Life

What is Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQoL)? Health-related quality of life is portrayed as the idea that encompasses psychological, physical & emotional health and social behavior. It mainly converges on the influence of sensed rate, i.e., on positive aspects, individual’s everyday life and well-being status have on the quality of life. HRQoL with Hearing Loss…

Mixed Hearing Loss
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Mixed Hearing Loss

What Does Mixed Hearing Loss Mean To? Normally, The ear has three main segments, the inner ear, middle ear, and outer ear. When any of the parts get injured or hurt by any cause, it will lead to hearing loss. Suppose the hearing loss causes by deterioration to the (cochlea) inner ear. In that case,…

Hearing Loss Basics
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Hearing Loss Basics

Signs Of Hearing Loss When you are unable to hear in one or both of your ears, wholly or partially is said to be hearing loss. Symptoms of hearing loss may include: The foremost sign people may notice muffling of speech Facing difficulty in understanding during background noise or a crowd Struggling to hear when…