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5 Reasons You Should Bring Your Valentine with You to Your Hearing Aid Appointment!

5 Reasons You Should Bring Your Valentine with You to Your Hearing Aid Appointment!

February 8, 2019    Audiology, Hearing Tips

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and we want to share with you all the reasons why it’s so important to bring a loved one with you to an audiologist appointment! Someone who is visiting our office is asked that they bring a spouse, significant other, or close family member or friend to the appointment for a variety of reasons. Although it’s not mandatory, it is certainly helpful. Our audiologists want to answer all your questions, and we’re sure your loved one has a few, too!

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Lyric: What is it and how does it work?

Lyric: What is it and how does it work?

January 30, 2019   

There are two main categories of hearing aids: daily-wear and extended-wear. The most common type of hearing aids is daily-wear devices. This means you put them on in the morning and take them off in the evening. You are changing batteries roughly once a week and take care of the cleaning and maintenance of the devices.

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Communication Tips

Communication Tips

January 23, 2019    Hearing Tips

Communication is essential for humans to exchange information and ideas with one another. It is fundamental for growth and a high quality of life. People with hearing loss can find themselves in situations where it is difficult to effectively communicate with friends and family. 

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Enjoying the Movies and Live Theater with Hearing Loss

Enjoying the Movies and Live Theater with Hearing Loss

January 16, 2019    Hearing Loss

Going to the movies or to a live theater show can be one of the most enjoyable forms of entertainment. Simply the experience of going out with friends or family and taking in a show together is such a rewarding way to spend time together and be social.

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Total Body Health

Total Body Health

January 8, 2019    Hearing Loss

Many people are aware that their hearing has deteriorated but are reluctant to seek help. Perhaps they don't want to acknowledge the problem, are embarrassed by what they see as a weakness, or believe that they can "get by" without using a hearing aid. And, unfortunately, too many wait years, even decades, to address the effects of hearing loss before getting treatment.

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