Wireless means that sound can be transferred directly from a source (like the TV, Phone, Preacher’s mic, etc.) directly into one’s hearing aids. This helps to eliminate the poor acoustics of a room or facility and it also helps a person’s verbal understanding. In other words, a phone conversation, the TV, a meeting, etc, can be heard as if the… Continue reading
The more we find out about our senses the more we start to understand a complex relationship between all aspects of our health and body.
Hearing is related to many other health issues one may be dealing with. People with hearing loss are more likely to get dementia. People with untreated hearing loss are more likely to have their brain… Continue reading
All the major manufacturers (of which there are about 10) make excellent quality hearing aids. Each company usually has something unique that they may do slightly better than another company. However, for general hearing they all work great. What is important is to match the client’s needs to the manufacture that best suits their loss and their lifestyle.
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Which hearing aid style is best for me? Every person is different; and every situation is different. However, I will use some stereotypical answers to this question.
Usually a person with normal low frequency losses will adapt better to an over the ear open fit hearing aid. A person with a very severe loss will want an over the ear… Continue reading
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