Have difficulty hearing?
Wear hearing aids?
Have a friend or family member with hearing loss?
If you answered yes to one of these questions, you’ve come to the right place.
Nearly 2 decades as an audiologist have given me valuable insight into what really works when it comes to helping my patients cope with hearing loss. I’ve also experienced the frustrations first-hand as I have several family members with hearing loss. And I hate to break it to you, but hearing aids are not the magic answer! They are certainly an important part of the solution, but only when combined with the other keys to communication success.
Meet Henry, the Healthy Hearing Hound. In 5 Keys to Communication Success Henry and I teach critical strategies for coping with hearing loss in the most challenging listening environments. This critically acclaimed handbook is being used by hearing care professionals around the world to help their patients cope with the frustrations related to hearing loss. I hope you find it useful and share it with your friends and family members who may need a little education when it comes to good communication skills.
However, learning isn’t the same as doing. It takes time and practice to perfect the successful communication skills that are taught in the book. That’s why I created Henry’s Successful Communication eTips.
eTip subscribers will be provided with weekly reminders and motivation, as well as helpful hearing aid tips. These are delivered to your email inbox once a week for an entire year to help you integrate the 5 Keys to Communication Success into your daily life. They’re also easy to share with the people in your life who might need gentle reminders about how to communicate more effectively. Click here to see an eTip example.
Just $29.95 for an entire year’s worth of education and motivation. And for a limited time, every subscription will include a FREE copy of the 5 Keys to Communication Success handbook (we’ll even cover the shipping!).
“This book is outstanding. I wish I had received a copy from my audiologist when I got my first pair of hearing aids. It would have made such a difference as I adapted to life with hearing aids.” -Sarah, Speak-up Librarian Blogger