- Help your client communicate with the people that matter the most
- Involve your client's key communication partner in the rehabilitation process
- Structure the discussion and set attainable goals together
- Get better outcomes through family involvement
Our Communication Partners tools help you identify the people that it’s most important for your client to communicate with and involve them in the rehabilitation process.
What are the benefits?
Explore ethnographic videos for real life examples of how hearing loss affects couples and families.
Use this tool with your client to identify who is most important for them to communicate with and consider how hearing loss might impact their relationship with them.
Send this tool to your clients before their appointment to prompt them to think about who their key communication partners are and what questions to ask.
Involve your client's key communication partner in the session to set goals and create a strategy together.
Start a discussion with your client and their communication partner about the impact hearing loss may have had on the relationship.
Browse our selection of research articles on the role and importance of communication partners.