The most common listening situation that patients with hearing loss have in common are loud and noisy restaurants. Imagine you go out with friends or family for a nice meal and all you hear is noise! This situation is not only frustrating but causes many individuals to stop going to restaurants altogether. Here are some tips and tricks for managing noise in a loud restaurant.
Greetings and Happy, Healthy 2019!
This year we mark the distinct honor of celebrating our 30th Anniversary at Tustin Hearing Center. We want to celebrate that honor with you and our wonderful Tustin community. Rumor has it that there will be a Patient Appreciation Picnic/BBQ in the Park on June 28th. We hope you will join us for this special event!
Do you have an old set of hearing aids that you don’t use anymore? Why not donate them? Every year thousands of hearing aids are donated from hearing professionals and other individuals looking to help those who can’t afford hearing aids. Those hearing aids open up the world of sound to people in need. Many of the hearing aids used on international missions come from donation programs, giving the gift of better hearing to those in need, and the need is great!
The Audiology Assistants at Tustin Hearing Center are an integral part of our follow-up care and service team. They are certified and specifically trained on hearing aid maintenance and certain patient care issues. In fact, they attend a weekly meeting so they are constantly aware of our patients’ needs.
March 1, 2017 Community
Dr. Janell D. Reid, founder of the Tustin Hearing Center, was presented the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Excellence in Community Service Award at the Katuktu Chapter’s Jan. 14 luncheon meeting.