The Hearing Husband and I seem to get antsy if we’re in one place for too long. Maybe we just get bored with too much togetherness and decide we need to ‘see the family’, hit the open road and climb a few hills. This means we’re frequently packing and unpacking and packing again. You’d think … Continue reading A HoH’s Trip List: Hearing EssentialsRead More
We people with hearing loss are very fussy. Communication has to be just so, and if we don’t get it the way we want or need it, we can get grumpy. Especially if we’ve explained it a million times to someone before. We do go easier on strangers, but if they are challenged by our requests, our … Continue reading Say, How Am I Supposed to Understand You If…Read More
If I didn’t already have enough reasons to love the telecoils in my hearing aid and cochlear implant – I recently discovered another one. Telecoil and loop systems let me hear myself! As a public speaker and performer, I use the amplification system provided by the venue. Often, hearing my voice as it goes out to … Continue reading Telecoils Will Help You Hear – Yourself!Read More
Welcome to the 7th and final part of the Changing Cochleas blog series – my journey with a cochlear implant. Service, as defined by online dictionaries, with my additions in italics: A valuable action, deed, or effort performed by a hearing care professional to satisfy a need or fulfill a demand by a person with hearing … Continue reading At My Service!Read More
Join us for an exciting hearing health fair. I will be speaking – more details soon!
Vancouver – if you’re a teacher for children with hearing loss, join us for an exciting day.
Bev Biderman, Author, “Wired for Sound: A Journey Into Hearing”
Teacher of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students