September 29, 2016 Comments Off on Finding Other People with APD
Aiming to re-blog this useful resource list for those with AUDITORY PERCEPTUAL DISORDERS and related, especially since many use quality captioning well – as do many millions of others.
APD is different from hearing loss or deafness – and deserves attention and understanding.
Let’s Talk Captioning!
email – CCACaptioning@gmail.com
find us on FB, Twitter and LinkedIn too
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September 21, 2016 Comments Off on ANYONE NEED LIVE CAPTIONING? WHEN AND WHERE?
September 7, 2016 Comments Off on Media & Life Minus Captioning Like Fish Out of Water – Dead
Media minus Captioning like a Fish without water – dead.
Live events minus Live Captioning like forest without trees.
WE ARE THE CCAC – JOIN US: CCACAPTIONING.ORG
BE SURE TO FOLLOW US ON TWITTER AND FACEBOOK ALSO
LET’S TALK CAPTIONING!
CCACAPTIONING.ORG Official Non-Profit Citizen Captioning Advocates. CCAC Mission-Inclusion of Quality Captioning Universally.
twitter.com/CCACaptioning, http://www.facebook.com/ccac.captioning, http://www.youtube.com/user/CCACORG/videos, http://www.amazon.com/Dont-Have-Deaf-Love-Captioning/dp/1515135799
September 6, 2016 Comments Off on Auditory Fatigue/Listener Fatigue
Great review of AUDITORY fatigue – hearing and listening and understanding energies beyond what others suppose:
by Chelle Wyatt
I belong to three hearing loss organizations and they each have something I value (SWC is closest to my heart). I love my local HLAA chapter for its face to face meetings. A few weeks ago they had Susan Naidu, an audiologist at the University of Utah talk about auditory fatigue, also called listener fatigue and cognitive energy fatigue. She works with patients in the clinic, trains graduate students to become audiologists and her favorite thing to do is aural rehabilitation therapy. She was happy to talk about auditory fatigue because “it’s a very real phenomenon, it’s a real condition but it’s not discussed much and not researched enough.” It isn’t clinically recognized but many professionals are familiar with it.
Auditory fatigue doesn’t mean people are dumb because they can’t listen, it’s the “energy it takes to fulfill the complexity of listening because listening requires more to…
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