Self Help for Hard of Hearing People

Hearing loss is a common problem, affecting more than one in six in our community.

A hearing impairment can be very frustrating – not only to the individual, but to partners and family, friends, carers and workmates.

There is so much that can be done, however, to help people manage hearing loss.

With modern technology, good communication strategies and developed coping skills, so much more can be done to make life easier and more enjoyable.

Self Help for Hard of Hearing People (SHHH) is made up of many volunteers, mainly themselves hearing impaired, who are able to help others with the knowledge and experience they have acquired.

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Contributions to the magazine are very welcome.
Please don’t hesitate to tell us your story, comment, or write to us if you have something interesting to share.  The editor reserves the right to use or edit as necessary.
Email us at: shhh@netspace.net.au

Hearing Aid Self Efficacy Demonstration Video from Courtney Barnes on Vimeo.

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