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Veteran Richard Lundy won 3rd place in poetry at the Creative Arts competition. His third win! “My English teacher would be shocked!”
Cochlear implant is improving the hearing of Army Veteran, 81, who was deafened for a week when his ears were punctured from gun explosives.
Army Veteran Rich came to VA for help with hearing loss. To his surprise he didn’t have to travel to a Medical Center for appointments.
Army Veteran Donnie Acklin lost a lot of his hearing working in the motor pool in Vietnam. Thanks to the tele-audiology program at the Poplar Bluff VA, he has his hearing back AND virtual appointments.
Some Veterans rely on a combination of hearing aids and reading a speaker’s lips to understand conversations. Because clinicians must wear a mask, reading lips has been impossible, that is, until now.
Veterans’ enrolled in VA health care are eligible for comprehensive audiology diagnostic evaluations. They may call or visit their VA audiology clinic without a referral to schedule a hearing test.
More than 30 million Veterans experience hearing loss. Due to […]
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Last updated November 26, 2022
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