Adults with Hearing Loss

We have a growing list of resources on the Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center for the community of adults who are deaf or hard of hearing largely focused on connecting you with resources you may need as well as connecting with others within the community. Below you will find links to our social media channels and helpful information about accessibility. If you are looking for something we do not have on the site, email us and we will get the information and post it to the site for others.

Social Networking

The hearing loss community, their families and professionals in the field are engaged, vibrant, and thriving. You have great ideas to share and we hope you’ll consider spending some time sharing your advice, asking questions and keeping connected. Read More »


Today's technology enables us to be connected and explore new ways for accessibility. Many adults in our community are identifying innovative and new uses for existing tools about using technology for better experiences at work, home and play. Read More »

On the Job Tips

Being a person with hearing loss in a professional setting can be a challenge. The best resource for tips and tricks come from people just like you. Read some stories and advice from the community about how they deal with work life. Read More »

Adults with Hearing Loss Blogs

For people with hearing loss, eating at restaurants ranks high on the list of challenging situations. When you tell the best servers that you have hearing loss, they know how to communicate. Read Gael Hannan’s August 12th blog, “The Better Hearing Consumer.”    

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