Category: Assistive Device

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Baby Cries And Parents With Hearing Loss Myth

I don’t know if you have heard about a famous study called the Strange Situation. This study is a well-known research experiment to see how babies react when their mothers
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Alternative to Bed Shakers to Compare for Hearing Loss Users

Bed shakers provide a sense of touch to replace sounds. For this reason, bed shakers can provide awareness for people who are deaf and hard of hearing. That being said,
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Solutions for the New Hybrid Workplace: A Comeback for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

The typical office days are over. When she used to walk into the office pre-pandemic, Divya would find herself not hearing the conversations around her well. As she entered the
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A New Wave of Alerting Devices for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing | Using Smart Tech & Sound Recognition

Do you remember the very first version of an automated speech-to-text app? Where there were so many errors and words displayed incorrectly? It reminds me of times when we would
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Visual Flashing Alarms Are Not Always Saving Us. This is Why.

Visual Flashing Lights Alarm Do Not Always Work There is an unspoken secret going on around us. For many years, lobbyists, hearing loss advocates and governments told us that solutions
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The Dilemma at the Door: Knowing when you have guests | Doorbell alert for hearing impaired

Darn! There it is again.  You are just seeing the message for the first time when you are about to leave your home to do some errands. The local post