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Updated 16 August 2016

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When talking to someone with hearing difficulty, make sure you maintain eye contact. Face the person and make deliberate eye contact.

Your facial expressions and body language add vital, non-verbal information to the communication process.

For all the latest news, visit the Health24 Hearing Management Centre.

 
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