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Old 11-29-2008, 01:55 PM   #11 (permalink)
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No I only have the one hearing aid and about to get another on for my right ear. I could use it with my right ear for now but it is still hard though it does have a better speaker the the curve did.

Thanks for the site and the FAQ I will check them out because I am coming to terms with this problem and I am having a hard time dealing with the loss of hearing and my eyes getting worse.
If T-coil fails to help enough, don't forget to try out Sprint Captioned Telephone -- Provides online closed captioning for your regular telephone calls. It behaves like a 3-way call into a captioning center which then transmits "closed captions" of your to your computer screen, while you converse normally on your telephone to your friend/family/etc. It is perfect for late-deafened people like you. Give it a try! Captioned Telephone is free...
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