hearing aids

June 21, 2019
lost hearing aids

Surprising Ways To Lose Your Hearing Aids

With all of our various gadgets, devices, and wearable tech, it’s no wonder that Americans spend an average of 2.5 whole days each and every year
June 6, 2019
job hunting with hearing loss

Job Hunting With A Hearing Loss

If you have a hearing loss and are job seeking, you may be wondering what you need to do to land the job successfully. When seeking
April 24, 2019
hearing loss and chronic illness

The Changing Relationship Between Hearing Loss And Chronic Illness

The way hearing health care providers are caring for their patients is taking a new shape thanks to the increasing amount of information coming to surface
November 10, 2018
Hearing family during the holidays

Hearing Loss and the Holidays

With Halloween now behind us and Thanksgiving on the horizon, there is no doubt that the holiday season is here. While the fully stocked store aisles
October 11, 2018
Hearing aids in windy weather

Windy Days And Hearing Aids

For hearing aid wearers, windy days can be a problem. Wind can create a most unpleasant communication experience for the wearer of a hearing aid, and
September 26, 2018
Hearing Exercises for Getting Used to Hearing Aids

Listening Activities to Acclimate to Hearing Aids

Hearing loss affects almost 40 million people in the U.S. yet only a portion of those use hearing aids to manage their hearing loss. Experts estimate
July 25, 2018
Outdoor wedding

How to Plan a Hearing Inclusive Wedding

Summer is officially in full swing and with it, wedding season. If you have a wedding date set, chances are it’s coming up in the next
July 10, 2018
Doctor holding otoscope and Examining a woman patient ear

10 Reasons to Schedule a Hearing Evaluation Today

It’s not unusual for many of us to regularly schedule a check-up with our doctor or dentist to manage our health. We’ve probably been going to
June 20, 2018
Young woman with hearing aid using smartphone indoors

The Most Useful ALD Technology Available Today

Assistive listening devices (ALDs), also acknowledged as assistive listening systems (ALS) are amplifiers that bring sound directly to the ear. These assistive devices can help you
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