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About Daniel-J

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  • Birthday 11/04/1992

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    Friend of a hearing implant user
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    Under 1 year
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    Cochlear Implant
  • Hearing Loss Type
    Unknown / Prefer not to say
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  • Pre/post lingual Hearing Loss
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  • Sudden/Progressive Hearing Loss
    Sudden Hearing Loss
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    Unilateral implant
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  1. I started playing the trombone, now I'm studying with my teacher. My friend doesn't have any machine at the moment, I wonder if he will feel the vibrations, will he be able to partially perceive the music? I'm thinking about getting one of those. My teacher says it's time to have his own instrument. I thought about buying a quieter, electronic one, but if the normal one allows my friend to feel a little bit of music, the choice is obvious.
  2. I hope the rest of the way is easier for you. Good luck!
  3. It's beautiful! I heard from one of the authors of the article, he is a doctor himself, that if the connections are broken with hearing, then over time the brain begins to build new connections gradually returning the hearing. Oh, that's great!
  4. Are there any documents or files so I can study these studies?
  5. It's an interesting experience. It must be scary to lose your hearing when your work and hobbies depend directly on it. I have always wondered if a hearing aid gives you the range of hearing frequencies that you have or can give you?
  6. Daniel-J


    I have an unusual reason for registering on a forum. My colleague and my best friend were in a car accident, it was a relatively long time ago. Now he is discharged from the hospital, but after his injury he has completely lost his hearing, he became afraid of everything and it is difficult for him to communicate. Even when he needs something, he's afraid to ask for it. There's a lot of work to do, the most important thing is that his brain and limbs are intact. He is a strong man in all senses, not used to seeing him like this, worried that he can shut himself away, this is the worst thing that can happen. I try to support him as much as I can, but I can't be with him all the time, and there are no relatives who can help him.
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