‘Working With Hearing Loss’: A Guide to Successful Workplace Accommodations
posted on November 23, 2017
The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA) has put together a helpful guide about how to ensure people with hearing loss have successful accommodations in place in the workplace.
‘Working With Hearing Loss’ has helpful information for;
“employers, hard of hearing employees and entrepreneurs. The manual provides an overview of hearing loss, information for hard of hearing and deafened job seekers, strategies for making the workplace accessible, and resources for additional information.”
Click here for a complete list of resources CHHA offers, organized by province.
Click here to access a list of the booklets CHHA has to offer.
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