A Story of 3 Women

This has been quite a summer – lots of sun and Pity Party-ing with the three-headed monster of tinnitus, hyperacusis and breaking in new hearing aids. But to add some perspective – it could always be worse. And it helps to remember that, whatever our issues, we’re always in the company of millions of people living…

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Upholding the Family (Hearing Aid) Tradition

My guest writer this week is David Drake, the founder and headmaster of the White Oak School in Westfield, Massachusetts, a school serving bright students with dyslexia and related learning disabilities. He lives with his family in Northampton. by David Drake   I’m pretty sure I come from a line of serial hearing-aid abusers.   My…

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