Interesting stats Sign Language Interpreters may find useful from this London UK site @looktohear

As you know we like to promote worldwide input to keep our site interesting and informative.

We found Twitter user @looktohear and her site FunnyOldLife has some very interesting info on auditory stats that come into play when in various sound environments. Interpreters may find this information helpful when positioning.

As my progressive hearing loss gets worse each year I have been talking with audiologists and specialists about ambient noise problems and have found there is a lot of useful information out there that most people really aren’t aware of.

I recently received new hearing aids with the newest technology out there and they are a huge improvement over my older ones. But even with that there are some scenarios in loud environments I have to understand how sound works to position myself. Technology just goes so far.

Hope everyone finds this an interesting and helpful site.

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