Posted on Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Hearing Loss Help and Inspiration Online

An inspiring sunrise for people with hearing loss

The Internet, fueled by the ingenuity of its users, keeps finding ways to make life for people with physical differences easier and more connected. When it comes to hearing loss that connection can do a lot to bridge gaps. From Ted Talks that inspire and websites that connect, here are a few of the Internet's offerings for people with hearing loss.

Finding places to travel, explore, dine at, and have adventures can be a challenge when the information about its accessibility for people with hearing loss is an unknown. Now an ingenious website has opened the doors for rating places and their service and access for people with physical differences. According to Trip-Ability "Across the world there are access issues for people with a disability, we hope to bring you reviews from those who have had personal experiences of service provision within the different categories. In order to grow these reviews we need you to add your own and become part of the community." This amazing site is just waiting for your reviews, so go out there and live and share your experiences with others!

If you've ever been told that you can't do something because of your hearing loss then this talk is for you. Keith Nolan gives an inspiring and personal Ted talk.

You are far more able that disabled is the message of this wonderful talk delivered at Stanford by Rachel Kolb.

Navigating the world of hearing aids can also be a bit trying for those with hearing loss. That's why there is a whole site dedicated to people and audiologist coming together to share information and experiences about the latest hearing technologies. The Hearing Aid Forums are a great place to discover information and connect with others who have hearing loss.

If you'd like to learn more about help for hearing loss, see your hearing health provider. If you need help finding a hearing health provider click HERE to be connected with the largest network of trusted hearing health professionals in the nation!

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