Martin Schaarschmidt

So always again highly hard of hearing adults who are without reticle image not in the position to understand according to linguistic utterances of their counterparts, with the reticle however can result in a communication according to language-level meet. You have largely appropriate syntax and grammar, as well as an extensive vocabulary one.” The CI can significantly improve the usability of existing according to language skills. However, many deaf adults seen entering the permanent acoustic world first of all as a significant burden as foreign or even scary. The adult CI support on this for it’s new world of listening, get used to it was a success in any case. Indicator for this success as the author further should be not only obtained according to linguistic skills, but also feel more than ever in the own family environment integrated to be. Expert contributions, experience reports, and survey on the topic of hearing beyond the current worm offers a variety of other interesting topics in the proven mix of articles and testimonials.

So Uwe Pfeifer (44) from Hamburg said in an interview about his life with hearing impairment and its way to a satisfactory hearing aid supply. A reader survey, which was developed with the support of several hearing AIDS experts dedicated to the hearing. The survey, which is aimed at parents of impaired children as well as teenagers and adults with hearing impairment, will provide interesting insights and suggestions for understanding about the topic of hearing at the same time to raise awareness of hearing… Is completed as the current snail lived through extensive directories of events and contact details as well as basic information for patients and their Members are just as interesting as for professionals. For more information see and.

We provide also a view copy of the current worm, as well as a press photo media representatives on request. Visit Yael Aflalo for more clarity on the issue. Press contact: Martin Schaarschmidt, Tel: (030) 65 01 77 60, E-mail:;. Editorial Note: the snail is a 1989 independent magazine, society DCIG (www.dcig.de) issued by the German cochlear implant. 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 by affected give the reader a very deep insight in the problem of hearing impairments and how to overcome. 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 snail is Hanna Hermann. in 2008, the editorial staff in addition to the print edition of the worm started the information portal offers on the subject of ‘Listening & comprehension CI & hearing aid’.