Cortexi: The environment is filled with many noises, ranging from the quiet sounds of falling leaves to the laughing of children. For those with hearing problems, this symphony may be muted, altered, or left undisturbed. Important moments in discussions may be missed if they devolve into a tedious game of lip-reading and guessing. Despite these issues, persons with hearing loss frequently develop unique and innovative ways of adapting to the outside world in their own unique manner. They often depend more on visual cues and have higher body language and face-reading abilities. However, dealing with such situations might be difficult. So, how can we address these issues? Let’s talk about it.