"The brain has to be retrained to hear
and interpret new sensory input," says Dr.
When enquired about the reasons of not using hearing protection, 239 (61.6%) said that they do not have/possess the hearing protectors, 96 (24.7%) attributed it to inability to hear
warning sounds, 53 (13.6%) said that it causes pain in ears.
What we do is correct that so people can hear
well enough to join back in social interactions.
Ceinwen Ellis, a beneficiary of the Hear
to Help support service in Llangollen, said: "The service is invaluable to local residents with hearing loss problems especially in more isolated rural areas.
to Meet is free and friendly and will meet at Barry County Library on Friday October 5, from 2.30-4pm.
If you'd like to find out for yourself howthe latest technology could help you to hear
better -we're also offering free demonstrations on the day.
1 : to take in through the ear <I hear
If you were up close shopping at a market, you would hear
bits of conversation like, "How much are those peppers?" and "Those tomatoes look good, I'll have three pounds." But if you were to move away from the market place, you would just hear
a low humming noise composed of all the conversations merging together.
Under the best of circumstances, parents come to school conferences wanting to hear
good news about their children, yet often fearing they will hear
something distressing (Lawrence-Lightfoot, 2003).
These generally have adjustable volume and tone controls for personal listening preference and to help make it easier to hear
difficult voices (i.e., women's and children's voices); they are usually hearing aid--compatible.
Ultrasonic signals have such a high pitch that people can't hear
"The proposed bill places no limit on the number of buildings the Council could direct the Commission to hear
, nor does it define any criteria for buildings that the Commission would be required to hear