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So Now I am Deaf: The Psycho Social Side of Facing Hearing Loss (Adults)

Course: #651Level: Intermediate1 Hour 17 Reviews
Recorded Webinar

Living with a hearing loss requires individuals to maintain a high level of mental and physical vigilance to detect, process, and respond rapidly to unpredictable or hard-to-perceive auditory input. Such vigilance can be an unrecognized source of stress. This presentation will describe a set of coping strategies designed to recognize, talk about, and work with the stressors of living with hearing impairment.


Course created on November 10, 2008

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Learning Outcomes

  • checkmarkParticipants will be able to describe three sources of stress when living with hearing loss.
  • checkmarkParticipants will be able to list three coping strategies.
  • checkmarkParticipants will be able to describe the effect of hearing loss on self-concept.
  • checkmarkParticipants will be able to describe five stages of the "help-seeking process."


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