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Need a reason to put a hearing test at the top of your to do list?

Of all the life hacks for better living, taking care of your hearing is among the smartest. Click Here to Read More

The impact of hearing loss on cognitive health.

Hearing loss used to be considered a typical part of the aging process and no great cause for alarm, not anymore. Click Here to Read More

Take Care of Your Hearing Aids in Cold Weather

If you live where it’s cold or might be traveling to a destination where cold weather is predicted and wear hearing aids, there are a few precautions you should take to avoid unnecessarily damaging your hearing aids. COLD WEATHER AND MOISTURE It’s time to shovel and yes it’s freezing cold, but odds are better than even […]

Is Hearing Loss Impacting Your Relationships?

If you are married to, live with or love someone who has a hearing loss this article is for you.  Being in a relationship can at times be trying.  Being in a relationship with someone who has a hearing loss that they refuse to do anything about can at times be impossible.  Never are you […]

Make Better Hearing This New Year’s Resolution

This is the time of year when we make our list of resolutions for the New Year. We reflect back on the past year and take note of the areas we’d like to change.  Here are a few of the top New Year’s Resolutions people make every year. TOP NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS Lose Weight Volunteer […]

Can I Wait to Get a Hearing Aid?

You know you’re having problems hearing and you know you probably need a hearing aid.  What you really want to know is, “How long can you wait to get a hearing aid?”  We all have issues that we’d rather avoid, for example we put off going to the dentist or to the doctor unless we’re […]

Managing hearing loss in the workplace.

When you have hearing loss, navigating the workplace can be tough. Click Here to Read More

What Does it Mean if I Have a Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

According to the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), a sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) occurs when there is damage to the inner ear (cochlea), or to the nerve pathways from the inner ear to the brain. Most of the time, a SNHL cannot be medically or surgically corrected. This is the most common type […]

If You’re Feeling Tired, it Might be Time to Get Your Hearing Checked

If you have an untreated hearing loss it’s a foregone conclusion that extra effort is going to be required to understand what’s going on around you.  Hearing is no longer a passive event where you’re taking everything in and sorting out the meaning.  Instead, as a hearing impaired listener you are forced to expend extra […]

Should Hearing Aids be Worn Every Day?

“Should I wear my hearing aids every day?” is a question we’re asked many times.  Our patients will often equate their hearing aids to reading glasses.  They will tell us that, “I only wear my reading glasses when I know I’ll need them, can’t I do the same thing with my hearing aids?” ADJUSTING TO […]