Kirsten Keppler

I wish I would have much rather provide me with CIs.” Of the possibility of a cochlear implant, Kirsten Keppler years had previously learned by ear doctor. However, the image he conjured them up, acted as encouraging”anything, she recalls. The doctor put myself in fear and terror.” But now there is the CI no alternative more: after years of hesitation, Kirsten Keppler decides finally to the CI surgery for her amazing output: a few months she can return to the initial adjustment in their profession. In 2012, she receives a cochlear implant on the second ear. This brings you a further large increase in communication skills and quality of life. All the years I have always bit me through and worked hard, it was very exhausting”, so Dr. Kirsten Keppler today.

I wish I could have with CIs provide me much sooner let and years ago already experience the rebirth of my career.” See the detailed report by Germany’s only ertaubter, independently operating dentist in the current issue of the journal snail”. The contribution is rounded off by reports the Dental Assistant and a patient of Dr. Kirsten Keppler. In addition, the current snail offers a variety of other interesting topics in the proven mix of articles and testimonials. So, the title theme deals with the variety of communicative forms of listening and speaking to sign language, reading and writing.

The hearing loss and the hearing care professional to study of the acoustics of the listening experience report”represents a good example of inclusion. The contents of the current issue is also an analysis of the understanding of the grammar of children with cochlear implant and a post about smoke detectors for hard of hearing persons. Editorial Note: the Snail”is a 1989 independent magazine, society DCIG ( issued by the German cochlear implant. The magazine, which acts as a non-profit limited company, informs its readers about the issues of cochlear implant, hearing loss, deafness, tinnitus, hearing aids and hearing aids. Expert contributions and experience reports from concerned give the reader deep insight in the problem of hearing impairments and their management. At the same time, the magazine offers readers a forum and contact possibilities. Thematic focus is life with cochlear implants (CI) and hearing aids. The worm”appears four times a year with a current circulation of 7,000 copies. The editorial office is located in Illertissen; Editor-in-Chief of the worm”is Hanna Hermann. Since 2008, there are in addition to the print edition of the worm”the information portal, which has been completely relaunched in February 2012. You will find also one there now Literature database, as well as an expert directory.

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