Children who have hearing difficulties can find listening all day in school and classes to be exhausting work, according to an article in the May 2015 edition of The Hearing Journal. Defining The Challenge The author, Dr Ryan McCreery, of Boys Town National Research Hospital Omaha, writes: Specifically, the task of understanding and processing speech degraded
Two new apps, CinemaConnect and MobileConnect, are devised for cinema and theatre fans to optimise incidental show dialogue for their hearing needs simply by calibrating the sound levels on their smart phones – even when hearing devices are not worn. A streaming audio signal transmitted from the movie screen or stage is detected by a user’s phone, with sound relayed
Families across the US are accessing BabyTalk, an online verbal deaf education program delivered by two leading California-based entities via email, teletherapy and telephone. Kudos to CNN for highlighting the value in remote service delivery (saving families time, money and relationships) by eliminating the need for round-trips to hearing-appointments. As Kathy Sussman, executive director at the Jean Weingarten School
US-based educator Ben Johnson, who teaches Spanish, tells of his lightbulb moment on discovering classroom soundfield systems at a recent educational technology conference: When you go to the movies, plays, or even concerts, the rooms are equipped with a sound system so everyone can hear. Why don’t we do that in classrooms? Isn’t it critical
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