Hearing Health

3 Resources for Better Understanding of Your Hearing Loss

As healthcare professionals in the field of hearing health, our job is not only to treat our patients with the utmost standards of care; we are also on a mission to educate the public about the importance of hearing loss and hearing loss care.

With that in mind here are three great resources our patients and readers can use to understand more about hearing loss:

1. Volume Control: Hearing In A Deafening World

Written by Award-winning author and staff writer for The New Yorker, David Owen, this is a great book for understanding more about how hearing works, the origins of hearing loss, and possible solutions that can help us hear better. Also, here is a great podcast with the author that covers some of the main themes of the book.

2. HealthyHearing.com

This website is a great resource that has regularly covered issues in hearing health, including some very interesting articles covering up-to-date research.

3. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

As the official organization of hearing and speech health professionals, ASHA offers a wealth of resources, from educational resources, to tools for spreading awareness, to a directory of useful organizations, funding resources, and support services for those with hearing loss.

Have a question about hearing health? We’re here as a resource to you! Reach to us and we’ll be happy to help!

Dr. Marie Vetter-Toalson Au.D.

About Dr. Marie Vetter-Toalson Au.D.

Dr. Marie Vetter-Toalson Au.D. is the owner of Chicago Hearing Services and a Doctor of Audiology dedicated to empowering her patients and the public with greater knowledge and education around hearing health.