Straining to Hear

The following article, “Could Hearing Loss and Dementia Be Connected?” from the New York Times Well Blog, was shared by a fellow Village volunteer. This essay was adapted from author Katherine Bouton’s new book, Shouting Won’t Help: Why I—and 50 Million Other Americans—Can’t Hear You.

Click here to read the full post on the Well Blog.

Shouting Won't Help

Find this book!

Seattle Public Library:
http://seattle.bibliocommons.com/search?custom_query=(0374263043)+

IndieBound:
www.indiebound.org/book/9780374263041

Goodreads:
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15793547-shouting-won-t-help

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2 thoughts on “Straining to Hear

  1. That’s interesting. I had never thought about hearing loss that way before. It reminds me of my own efforts trying to have a phone conversation. Though I can hear just fine, I expend so much energy trying to figure out the other person’s emotions (in the absence of facial and body language cues) that it is hard for me to focus on the words they are saying!

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