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Hyperacusis Training

DeafHear Hyperacusis Training 2013

In May, x2 staff members from Killarney attended a 3 day Hyperacusis training course at DeafHear.ie Dublin North Office.

The training course was both informative and inter–active. This allowed us to gain the knowledge and skills to better assist our clients who may have Hyperacusis.

What is Hyperacusis?

  • Decreased Sound Tolerence/hypersensitivity of hearing

It?s described as abnormally sensitive hearing so normal sounds seem to be excessively loud. Clients can sometimes experience physical discomfort when exposed to sound that can be quiet, medium or loud. People with or without hearing loss can experience Hyperacusis.

In many cases decreased sound tolerance consists of more than x1 problem. Both loud and quiet sounds can cause discomfort to some people.

People may experience:

  • Physical discomfort

  • Fear of sound

  • Dislike of sound

There are ways of managing Hyperacusis. Once a person understands that this condition cannot harm hearing they follow a process that enables them to manage better. Replacing unpleasant sounds with pleasant sounds helps.

For further information and support please contact Killarney Office 0646620052

 

    


 

more...Hearing loss costs an estimated €2.2bn every year in Ireland.

 

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