Doing it with hearing loss is even tougher.
First, I’m so excited to share that I have access to some clear masks made locally! Let me know if you want one! It’s most useful for the person talking to the person with hearing loss.
If you are trying to communicate through a mask, consider the tips below. Have patience and don’t feel bad for asking others to repeat. In the worst cases you can even type a message and text it or show it to the person you are having trouble communicating with.
Any other tips you want to share? Leave them in the comments below!
We are open for emergencies and are sending out supplies. Email me at Levinehearing@gmail.com or contact us here.
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