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Travel Tips for Those with Hearing Loss

Travel Tips for Those with Hearing Loss

Just because you have hearing loss or utilize amplification does not mean you can’t travel.  Although some accommodations may be needed, it is best to be prepared in situations outside of your comfort zone. Many hotels have services to help with your hearing loss. You...
Improving Conversations

Improving Conversations

A common complaint for those with hearing loss is that everybody mumbles.  This issue is because the clarity sounds of speech, such as “f”, “s”, “sh”, “th”, “t”, are not heard even with a mild degree of loss. Whether you are speaking with a person that wears hearing...
What Can I Do with My Hearing Aid App on My Phone?

What Can I Do with My Hearing Aid App on My Phone?

New technology provides Bluetooth capability in most hearing instruments. Bluetooth allows for streaming phone calls and music directly to your hearing devices. It also allows for hearing aid adjustments via an App on your Android/iPhone. Depending on what hearing aid...
Service Dogs for Those with Hearing Loss

Service Dogs for Those with Hearing Loss

Service dogs are employed for a variety of different jobs including drug and explosive detection, mental health treatment, hearing loss, vison impairment, and medical assistance.  Hearing dogs are trained to assist individuals with severely impaired hearing. Hearing...
Importance of Newborn Hearing Screening

Importance of Newborn Hearing Screening

After delivering your baby, he/she will undergo a Newborn Hearing Screening (NBHS). NBHS are now a standard of care in all hospitals. The purpose is identity early onset hearing loss. If hearing loss is detected in the NBHS, the severity and type of hearing loss must...
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