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Smaller & Smarter: How Technology Has Improved Hearing Aids
Jul 05, 2019
Faster, smarter, smaller technologies are built into the products we use every day, from our smart phones to our refrigerators to our cars. And hearing aids are no exception. New innovations such as artificial intelligence (AI) make today’s hearing aids easier to use and provide better sound than ever before, with a more discreet - even "invisible" - size, and features to suit any user.
Are Your Hearing Aids Working Properly? Are You Sure?
Jun 16, 2017
If your hearing aids stopped working you would notice immediately, but what if there were more subtle changes that prevent you from hearing your best? With gradual changes over time you may not even be aware that your sound is no longer optimal.
Unexpected Benefits of Rechargeable Hearing Aids
Apr 07, 2017
Of course hearing aids with rechargeable batteries eliminate the ongoing cost and hassle of buying new batteries. But the benefits of rechargeable hearing aids go much further than that.
A Hearing Aid For Tech Lovers
Dec 09, 2016
See why Carol absolutely LOVES her new hearing aids.
Hearing Aids Bring Ellen Back Into The Conversation
Dec 02, 2016
Ellen* was diagnosed with dementia and didn’t communicate much. She no longer participated in family gatherings. Our audiologist diagnosed her with severe hearing loss in both ears. See what happened when Ellen was fitted with hearing aids…
Why It’s Important To Wear Your Hearing Aids All Day
Nov 15, 2016
Many people wear their hearing aids only when they go out to dinner, or for certain events or occasions. But it’s important for your brain to receive a wide variety of sounds all day long. Here’s why.
Your First Hearing Aid Fitting: What to Expect
Sep 26, 2014
Congratulations! Your audiologist has determined that you are a candidate for hearing aids, and you’re taking the first step into a life of better hearing. Now that you’ve made the decision to get hearing aids and worked with your audiologist to choose the devices best suited for you, it’s time to get them in your ears. Read on to find out what you can expect at your first hearing aid fitting.
Cruising With Hearing Aids
Sep 05, 2014
Cruise vacations are a popular travel option because they offer the freedom of being on the high seas, the option to see multiple places, and more food than you can eat! Cruises include restaurants, shows and spas all on board a beautiful boat floating on the open seas. And while there is much to enjoy, people with hearing loss should do some pre-planning to make sure they are set up to have the time of their lives.
Check Your Hearing Before Your Vacation
Aug 07, 2014
Before leaving on a vacation, you probably have a checklist of things to run through before you go, like mowing your lawn and getting your teeth cleaned. You may not think about getting your hearing checked before leaving for vacation, but you should.
Keep Your Hearing Aids Safe From Your Pets
May 23, 2014
Pets are more than animals in your home – they are your family, your friends, and your constant companions. You want what’s best for them – and one way to keep pets safe is by keeping them away from your hearing aids. Click here to find out how to prevent accidents – and what could happen if your pet accidentally swallows your hearing aid or battery.
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