Music had always formed a soundtrack to every single memory in my life. I listened to Glenn Miller with my grandpa, “Rocked around the Clock” with my parents, went to Summerfest every single year to catch the Violent Femmes, and played bass in my own heavy metal band called Suffocate. I even remember the Whitney … Continue reading How Selena Gomez changed our lives
“What?” “Huh?” If you have a teenage son, you hear these multiple times a day. Earbuds and loud music are a sweet escape from parents and the outside world. My friends say their sons only clearly hear two words: “free” and “pizza.” It’s funny because it’s true. But I’m not laughing anymore. It’s not a … Continue reading How our son’s ADD turned out to be something totally different.
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I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection. – Sigmund Freud Growing up, I was always Daddy’s little girl. And my dad was always there for me, every step of the way. He believed in a good education, being your best and having solid work ethic. … Continue reading Never Too Old to Be Daddy’s Little Girl
Did you know that 15% of children between the ages of 6 and 19 have a measurable hearing loss in at least one ear. The biggest culprit? Loud sound filtering through tiny earbuds, directly into their tiny ears. So, how can you protect your kids? Turn down the volume! For good. If your child uses … Continue reading Turn It Down!! (Set Volume Limits and Save Your Child’s Hearing)
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Summer is around the corner, which means many of us will want to take advantage of the good weather by traveling. A little advance preparation can help the trip go more smoothly for those of us who travel with hearing loss. Here are some tips to help. Tips for Planning Ahead Make as many arrangements … Continue reading Travel Tips: Traveling with Hearing Loss