“” Journal ‘Worm’ varied challenges of life with technical hearing AIDS history of deafness: hearing hard to hear new hearing “is the theme of the latest issue of the journal snail”. In their proven blend of impaired experience reports and expert contributions devoted to the diverse challenges, the path leads to a new hearing with the leading magazine to life with cochlear implants and hearing aids. Particularly stressed the responsibility that comes to hearing-impaired people in the struggle for social participation and quality of life is here. The technical options that provide hearing impaired people with hearing aids and cochlear implants (CI) are now much larger than just a few years ago. So only people with a deafness bordering on deafness came for supplying cochlear implant question”, writes, for example, Professor Dr. Heinrich IRO of the ENT Clinic of the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in his post in the worm”. Today, however a CI for people with a severe hearing loss (grade 3) circumstances can be better than hearing aids.” With several scientific articles the latest edition of the worm lit”, as modern medical technology opens up possibilities for a new hearing.
At the same time, hearing impaired people report that it takes much more than innovative audiological products to achieve participation and additional quality of life with the newly or once again gained sense. As blog author and CI winner Alexander Gorsdorf pleads (s.), open your own handicap to handle and to address how mastering the hearing impairment, for example, in job interviews. Dr. Regine Schweers, who teaches with cochlear implants and FM system as a study Counsellor at a regular high school, says confidently: “I got my “Perceived deafness as something normal and probably pretty calm so went to.” Hanna Hermann, Chief Editor of the worm”and almost 30 years CI wearer, the own responsibility, stressed in her post the older hearing-impaired on the path to the new hearing comes to. Not only was important, just older people are patiently examines and provides optimal hearing aid or cochlear implant”, but also that they seek this accordingly myself.
The parties concerned must contribute for good hearing in the age itself.” With its current edition the worm gets”youth and adult CI carrier as well as CI powered children to participate in a survey on the topic of”CI-rehabilitation and lifelong CI aftercare”. Questionnaires are included in the current issue. “You can participate online also see editorial Note: the snail” is a 1989 independent magazine, published by the German cochlear implant society DCIG (www.dcig.de) will. The magazine, which acts as a non-profit limited company, informs its readers about the issues of cochlear implant, hearing loss, deafness, tinnitus, hearing aids and hearing aids. Expert contributions and experience reports from concerned give the reader deep insight in the problem of hearing impairments and their management. At the same time, the magazine offers readers a forum and contact possibilities. Thematic focus is life with cochlear implants (CI) and hearing aids. The worm”appears four times a year with a current circulation of 5,500 copies. The editorial office is located in Illertissen; Editor-in-Chief of the worm”is Hanna Hermann.