Every Tuesday around 2:15 pm, a clamor of voices can be heard outside of my office.
These are not the voices of students, excited to end their school day, nor are they the voices of my faculty co-workers, filling their coffee mugs. Instead, these voices come from the six individuals that consist of the weekly group aural rehabilitation session. These six individuals come from a variety of backgrounds, with a diverse arrangement of hearing impairments, but all share one common goal—to improve their hearing beyond what their current situation provides.
Topic(s): Patient Expectation Worksheet (PEW), Aural Rehabilitation