Getting together with friends and family, and enjoying their company over delicious food, makes Thanksgiving the perfect holiday to reconnect with your loved ones. For many, Thanksgiving is typically a joyous time, but this may not necessarily be the case for those who suffer from impaired hearing. In fact, Thanksgiving can quickly become taxing and overwhelming to a person with impaired hearing or hearing loss. It doesn’t matter their degree of hearing loss; holidays can be challenging for someone with impaired hearing, as they run the risk of making a person feel disconnected and alienated. Luckily, there are ways to successfully handle hearing loss and Thanksgiving with the right know-how and preparation.
If you or your guest(s) suffer from hearing loss, you can successfully manage hearing loss and Thanksgiving with our helpful guidelines below.