Outside of roughly 10% of hearing loss that can be treated with surgery or medicine, the majority of hearing loss is permanent and often leads to serious deficits in communication, environmental awareness and safety, and psychosocial effects (such as depression, anxiety, and social withdrawal). In this section, I will discuss Audiological Management and (Re)habilitation. Although this section will be further divided for the purpose of organization and discussion, it is important to remember that successful management and rehabilitation of communication deficits is a process involving many components which should be carefully planned with your Audiology Doctor.
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Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)