For the most up-to-date information, please go to: Living Well with Hearing Loss.
SLHS holds Living with Hearing Loss Group Sessions for Adults and their Frequent Communication Partners. These are educational and support group classes dedicated to building strong communicators. The course content and format have evolved over many years to bring its students the most essential information about learning to listen and communicate with individuals who have hearing loss. Classes are open to the public and taught by our Audiology clinical faculty and Audiology graduate students.
Who should attend?
Our interactive aural rehabilitation classes are led by a team of University of Arizona Audiology faculty and graduate students:
Dr. Harris has been in the field of Audiology/Hearing Science for over 30 years. She has been affiliated with the University of Arizona for a good portion of this time on the instructional, research and clinical faculties.
“Hearing Rehabilitation is comprehensive and typically involves more than a simple solution through one means, such as amplification with a hearing aid, cochlear implant or assistive device. The effects of hearing loss extend beyond the person who has it to include family members and associates. Our goal is to maximize communication while minimizing the effects of hearing loss using a multifaceted approach.”
To obtain more information about our audiologic rehabilitation programs, contact the main clinic number, 621-7070. If they are unable to answer your questions, they will take a message for Dr. Harris.
Funding for this program provided in part by the James S. and Dyan Pignatelli/Unisource Clinical Program for Audiologic Rehabilitation in Adults.