Wearing a face mask during conversation has become commonplace to deter the spread of the COVID-19. A solution for helping hearing aid wearers is to provide a face mask program in their hearing aid that increases gain to compensate for the reduced speech levels of the talker wearing the mask.
This study aimed to assess and understand, using a retrospective mixed-methods design: whether clients receiving hearing services delivered remotely obtained similar or differentclinical outcomes to
NAL uncovers unmet needs of people with hearing loss during the pandemic and releases rapid evidence-based solutions.
A solution to help when mask wearing and plexiglass screens make communication more difficult
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