Treating Hearing Loss Could Improve Mobility & Quality of Life

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“What was that?” “huh?!” If this was you the last time you went to a party, then it may be a sign you have some hearing loss. We recommend that the sooner you test for hearing loss and take action around it, the better. Hearing loss is much more than simply struggling to hear. Beyond its impact on your relationships, … Read More

Start Your New Year with Better Hearing!

Mature Woman With Bte Hearing Aid Looks At Herself In Mirror And

A new year is nearly upon us. The inevitable rolling of the wheel of time can feel crushing at times, but a great way to feel grounded, ready, and in control of our lives this time of year is to make resolutions to improve our life. When you look into the past year, what do you think has room for … Read More

Untreated hearing loss can increase the risk of falling


If you are an older adult or have a parent, grandparent, or friend who is not as sturdy on their feet as they once were, you’ve probably thought about or talked about falling. Falls are some of the most frequent injuries suffered by older adults. They can be the scariest, too. According to data from the World Health Organization (WHO) … Read More

Loud Movies & Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Young Man With Hearing Problems Or Hearing Loss. Hearing Test Co

The holiday season is here and along with lights strung up on all the homes up and down the block to light up these shorter days, it’s a great time to visit the theater to experience the latest blockbuster or feel-good movie for the holidays. There really is no comparable way to experience a movie but in the theater. It’s … Read More

Supporting A Loved One with Hearing Loss in a Nursing Home 

Senior Woman Combining Jigsaw Puzzle For Dementia Rehabilitation

Do you have a loved one who lives in a nursing home? It was most likely a difficult decision to enroll your loved one, but an important choice for those of us with busy schedules who can’t provide around the clock care for those with advanced age and mobility issues. The good news is that now your loved one can receive … Read More

Caring for hearing aids in colder weather


In places where it gets cold, it can be tough on a lot of things: automobiles, fingers and toes, and our psyche. But it doesn’t need to be hard on hearing aids, so long as you keep in mind a few things to do — and not do — when wearing hearing aids in cold weather. Five do’s Be careful when … Read More

Hearing Aids Are Found to Improve Depressive Symptoms

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Depression and mental health is a serious issue in the US. In past generations it has often been downplayed or treated as something to be ashamed of or you can change on a whim. Today we know that there are a lot of moving parts in supporting our mental health. There are so many unexpected life events which can send … Read More

Adults should get regular hearing checkups

Adults should get regular hearing checkups

If the human body came with Care & Maintenance instructions, today’s recommendation from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) would certainly be on them. It’d be right in there to have your teeth cleaned and checked annually; visit your general practitioner for physicals and blood work; get vaccinated from diseases; exercise; eat fruits and vegetables; drink plenty of water and, of … Read More

Head Injuries & Hearing Loss

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Do you struggle to hear the people in your life? If so, you are not alone! Hearing loss is one of the most common, chronic health conditions in the United States, effecting approximately 1 in 8 people in both ears, based standard examinations. Classily underdiagnosed and untreated, most people live with a hearing loss for seven to ten years on … Read More

National Family Caregivers Month

National Family Caregivers Month

Observed every November since President Clinton signed a proclamation in 1997, National Family Caregivers Month is a time to recognize and celebrate the millions of people in the U.S. who compassionately and humbly care for parents, siblings, neighbors, and community members. Grandparents, and older friends and relatives—particularly—need and benefit from the help caregivers provide, whether it’s assistance with meals, medicine, … Read More