My Relationship with Sound? It’s Complicated

For people with hearing loss, sound can be a mixed bag. Sometimes things are too quiet—a whisper in our less than stellar ear or a mumbling presenter who refuses to use the microphone. And sometimes they are too loud, like the clacking of cutlery in a crowded restaurant that blocks out your companion’s voice. Other Continue reading

Hearing Loss & Music: When My Brain Fills in the Blanks

“I love this song,” my son calls out from the ocean where he is swimming off the back of the boat. The boat’s speakers are weak, but strong enough for my family to enjoy the music in the background. They all break into their best rock star moves, bopping their heads to the music and Continue reading