- Capa comum: 96 páginas
- Editora: NYQ Books (15 de março de 2016)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 1630450219
- ISBN-13: 978-1630450212
- Dimensões do produto: 21,6 x 0,5 x 21,6 cm
- Peso de envio: 191 g
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This is an important book, not only for people with hearing loss, but also for people suffering from balance issues, ear-related or not. It’s also a “word to the wise” for virtually all of us on the importance of protecting our hearing from the ubiquitous racket that surrounds us every day.
From her personal suffering has come great wisdom and great information. Nice work!
But, let me suggest another direction because of the importance of this particular book. I recommend that you suggest to those in the family
of someone with hearing loss to and carefully read this book. Ms. Hammond's approach is to devote important space to so many of the questions that are raised by both the victim and their family.
I did purchase this book through Amazon and actually give away copies when I have some extra copies.
This book clarifies so many misconceptions.
This book explains the real life damage hearing loss causes to those who suffer. The loss is the ability to understand language.
This book talks about and describes hearing aids, medication, treatment options, what audiologists actually do, and so much more.
Ms. Hammond talks about what a day in the life of a person with hearing loss is truly like, the fear, the frustration, the irritation, and ultimately the self-imposed isolation.
In my experience these are things family members and loved ones want to know.
If hearing loss were treated as a disease, which it is not, it would be the most pervasive disease in the United States and perhaps the world.
Every family likely has at least one person who is afflicted with hearing loss. In the US Hearing loss afflicts one out of five people.
This book gives the victim truly solid, helpful information to cope effectively. This book also gives the family answers to the most important question they have: how can I help my loved one, and how can I get them to help themselves.
Think about your own family, think about yourself.
I Speak before thousands of people every year. When they see I'm wearing hearing aids, many will come up to me and ask," Who got you to wear those?" The question they are really asking is, " How can I get my Dad or Mom or sister or grandmother ot someone I love to wear them?
Becoming savvy about hearing loss and then helping those you love is the greatest gift you can personally give anyone. You'll be giving them back their lives, their hopes and the surprise of their life because they literally don't really know that they have a problem until you help them.