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Deaf Culture vs. Hearing Culture - (also, stomping on the ground to create vibrations is a perfectly acceptable way to attract a deaf individual's attention)

Deaf Culture vs. Hearing Culture - (also, stomping on the ground to create vibrations is a perfectly acceptable way to attract a deaf individual's attention)

Hearing loss simulation, this allows you to hear what people with different levels of hearing loss hear

a simulation of different degrees of hearing loss.I was given this by a colleague and did not know it's owner. I recently found it to be House Ear Institute...

How can teachers support children with hearing loss in school? These 9 common classroom accommodations provide ideas to help students with  hearing loss be successful in general education classrooms. #hearingloss #deafandhardofhearing

How can teachers support children with hearing loss in school? These 9 common classroom accommodations provide ideas to help students with hearing loss be successful in general education classrooms. #hearingloss #deafandhardofhearing

Brain markers may help treat single-sided deafness, researchers say - UPI.com

Researchers found single-sided deafness may be partially caused by a misalignment between hemispheres of the brain, suggesting a cure could be possible.

<p>Vestibular disorders are quite common, and largely considered idiopathic. It was estimated that up to 35% of the U.S. population above 40 years of age has vestibular dysfunction. It affects women up to three times more frequently than men (Neuhauser et…</p>

Vestibular disorders are quite common, and largely considered idiopathic. It was estimated that up to 35% of the U.S. population above 40 years of age has vestibular dysfunction. It affects women up to three times more frequently than men (Neuhauser et al., 2005; 2007). Some of the more known types of vestibular impairment, are BPPV (benign [...]