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    The Silent Disability The Silent Disability Presentation Transcript

    • Call Today (361) 237-1046 Visit Our Websitewww.Hearing-Aids-Victoria-TX.com
    • The SilentDisability
    • Individuals with profoundhearing loss are aware of what they are dealing with.
    • Individuals with only mild loss of hearing may not be aware of their loss.Here are some of the signs…
    • • Believing that their hearing is fine and others are speaking too quickly or mumbling.
    • • Feelings of anxiousness and tenseness arise. • They feel depressed and abandoned by others.
    • • Difficultly in being able to hear what others are saying when there is background noise present.
    • If our ears are not working correctly, the information isfiltered out of our brains due to the loss of hearing.
    • As a result, the completemessage does not arrive at thebrain and only part of it can be processed.
    • Keep the brainprocessing, remembering andinterpreting, to help it remain active and fit.
    • Call Today (361) 237-1046 Visit Our Websitewww.Hearing-Aids-Victoria-TX.com