UCR Lab Uses Video Game Therapies To Help Vets With Hearing Loss
Not every wounded warrior who comes back from battle overseas has an obvious or noticeable disability. Many returning veterans sometimes barely even notice themselves that they might have a hearing problem. Needless to say, military activity involves, shots, booms, bangs, and other loud, potentially damaging noise, which can cause a veteran to not be able to hear certain sounds. The University of California Riverside runs a research lab where they're working on video game therapies to help veterans with those unusual hearing problems. KVCR's Natalya Estrada has the story.