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HLAA Chapter Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Richard Sussman
43:17
I laughed when I saw that Katherine's written a book called "Shouting Won't Help."
Richard Sussman
48:20
There's an online program called "Training Time" that helps people with hearing loss learn to distinguish between such rhyming or alliterative words.
Richard Sussman
49:43
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can retard degree or rate of cognitive decline.
Richard Sussman
57:25
I've seen those terrible caption devices only in AMC theatres.
Richard Sussman
57:42
Do others have them?
Jonathan Taylor
01:05:04
I filed an ADA complaint about AMC
Caryn
01:05:14
Would hearing devices like the theaters work with movie theaters?
Carolyn Tanen
01:07:03
is there a grant to help a facility to do looping
Daniel Morris
01:08:09
To Katherine and others. Thanks for all you do for people with hearing loss!
Loraine Heller
01:08:11
Eating in restaurants is the #1 way to get together with friends. How do you maintain friendships without eating out?
Caryn
01:09:28
Thank you for your talk, I could relate to many of things you mentioned, did think they were related to my hearing loss.
Jonathan Taylor
01:09:42
Lincoln Center Theaters are looped
Ruth Bernstein
01:10:51
Invite y our friends to your home and order take out.
Loraine Heller
01:11:10
Thanks.
Caryn
01:11:57
Yes, restaurants are difficult, I prefer eating at off hours when there are fewer people. Take out is great idea and dining at home.
Richard Sussman
01:12:27
If one sees T-looping as infrastructure enhancement for a growing aging and hearing impaired population, is plausible to see T LOOPING of all public facilities (including stores and restaurants) as a form of economic development?
Daniel Morris
01:12:32
One time I met with an old classmate of mine, we asked for a quiet section and the restaurant was accommodating.
marywhalen
01:16:51
I know the NYC chapter has done tremendous work on ensuring accessibility in healthcare. Do you know of any efforts to specifically address the mental health of persons with hearing loss? Everyone has a story about either isolation, depression, interpersonal relationships or job issues. Is there any sort of training for this to your knowledge? It seems like such an important issue.
Daniel Morris
01:18:45
I've used preboarding in the past cause of my hearing loss.
Richard Sussman
01:19:34
Wow. Didn't understand that was/is the reason to like Delta.
Caryn
01:20:02
please mute yourself if you are not soeaking
Ruth Bernstein
01:20:26
I ask for preboarding and have never been turned down.
Daniel Morris
01:20:27
I've had preboarding with Southwest when traveling to FLA for the Cochlear Celebration.
Adelaide Zabriskie
01:22:43
Why do you think I have to remind many people using FaceTime to let me see their whole face. Over and over?
Richard Sussman
01:23:13
It's a cultural and publc health policy issue.
Richard Sussman
01:25:39
Mary Whalen's comment is epitomized by Katherine's title , "Shouting Does Not Help."
Richard Sussman
01:34:23
The best in Westchester is Katrina Stidham at WMC
Toni Iacolucci
01:40:26
My acupuncturist is Adele Reising on E. 28th St. You can google her or ask me for contact. She has also helped me through carpal tunnel and a bad hip.
Jonathan Taylor
01:41:27
Thank you Toni
Ruth Bernstein
01:41:41
Use Sea Bands for Vertigo. You can buy them at any drugstore or online. They cost $8-10 .
marywhalen
01:43:15
Thank you Katherine.
Daniel Morris
01:43:20
Very good presentation. Thanks Katherine and everyone!
Katherine Bouton
01:44:21
Feel free to email me at katherinebouton@gmail.com
Jonathan Taylor
01:44:57
I highly recommend Katherine's books as great resources for all things about hearing loss