Communication Tips for the Listener

If you are experiencing hearing loss, these active listening strategies will enhance your communication with other people. The tips will help create a more positive communication experience than hearing aids alone can provide.

Body Language

Doctor talking

Environmental Concerns

Behavioral Cues

Asking for clarity

The Human Element

Laughter and the human element
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Cathleen A. Alex Au.D.
Stephanie Bakewell Au.D.
2 Pomperaug Office Park # 307
Southbury, CT 06488
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