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The Hearing, Speech, and Deaf Center of Seattle recently Akoio founder, Bill Schiffmiller, to its Board of Directors. Together, they continue to help others “conquer life.”
Most of us understand that we each see the world differently. But, have you thought about how we hear the world differently?
Accessibility and user experience are almost inseparable in 2020. And, with the “digital transformation” of our world speeding up, user experience (UX) is taking a front row seat.
Better Hearing and Speech month from ASHA focuses on the effects of COVID-19 — find some of the best tips and advice with these articles.
Making eye contact and reading lips is essential to human communication — especially for those who have hearing loss. But what happens when you can’t read lips clearly?
Old habits can be the enemy of hearing well. Our new “How To Talk About Hearing Loss” series helps those with (and those without) hearing loss hear — and communicate — better.