Hearing is our only shared sense.
The Audiology METHOD group rehabilitation workshops give you the opportunity to ask questions, to practice, and most importantly, to meet others navigating the same challenges.
Workshops include the following:
Hearing Aids 101
Do you have old hearing aids in a drawer that you think you are ready to start using again but don’t really know where to start?
Did you just get new hearing devices online and are not really sure how to put them in your ears?
Welcome to Hearing Aids 101
Ask questions, receive instruction, and practice how to put your hearing devices in your ears, how to clean them, how to change batteries, and talk about what you should expect from your hearing devices.
Communication Tips and Tricks
Tired of hearing “what” all the time?
Welcome to Communication Tips and Tricks
Communication is a 2 way street. How we hear affects communication just as much as how we speak. Learn tips and tricks so that you can be a better communicator with your family, friends, and colleagues. Whether you or your loved one has difficulty hearing in challenging situations, you can learn helpful strategies to help one another. Sign up your frequent communication partners to get the most out of this class.
We will explore how to use the following 5 KEYS TO IMPROVE YOUR COMMUNICATION in a variety of situations:
Audiology METHOD Orientation
Is The Audiology METHOD the right fit for you?
We know you have a lot of options when it comes to choosing your hearing healthcare provider. We want you to feel comfortable and confident in your choice.
WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT DURING THE FREE ORIENTATION?
- Opportunity to ask Dr. Julie Link your questions.
- Learn how your ears work and what she looks for during Hearing Tests.
- Discover how Dr. Link uses the Functional Communication Assessment to develop an individualized Hearing Treatment Plan that is customized exactly to your hearing loss, your lifestyle, your communication goals and your budget.
- Discuss current evidence based treatment options for hearing loss.
Hearing Loss Support Group
Do you feel like no one else gets what it is like to experience hearing loss?
You are not alone.
Did you know hearing loss is the third most common condition among adults in the US behind arthritis and heart disease? Join our community and share your experiences, stories, and tips and tricks with others going through similar challenges. Hearing loss support groups allow you to learn from one another. Whether hearing loss is putting a strain on your marriage, you are struggling to hear well at work, are nervous about pursuing cochlear implant surgery, or not sure how to best help a family member experiencing loss, all are welcome.
"Vision connects us to things. Hearing connects us to people."
— Hellen Keller