What is Single-Sided Hearing Loss?
November 24, 2020

Hearing loss is a pervasive medical condition that 1 in 8 people navigate in the U.S. Impacting over 40 million people, hearing loss has various causes and can be experienced differently. Impairment can be mild to severe and affect one ear more than the other. Single sided – also known as unilateral - hearing loss is impairment in one ear and severe forms can be referred to as single-sided deafness. This type of hearing loss (like all types of hearing loss) should be addressed and treated as soon as symptoms are identified! 

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Getting to Know Your Hearing Aids
November 17, 2020

If you have recently purchased new hearing aids, congratulations on taking such an important step to improve your health! Hearing aids are an important investment that impacts how you navigate your daily life. 

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Hearing Aid Compatible Assistive Listening Devices
November 10, 2020

The innovation of hearing aid technology in recent years has significantly enhanced user experience. There is such a wide range of features and options that allow hearing aids to easily integrate into your daily life and maximize your hearing in all of the environments you navigate. 

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Why You Should Treat Your Hearing with an Audiologist
October 28, 2020

Hearing loss is one of the most common health conditions people experience today. Nearly 1 in 8 people have some degree of impaired hearing, impacting over 40 million people in the U.S. alone. Though hearing loss is a pervasive medical condition that affects overall health, it is often under diagnosed. Impaired hearing typically happens gradually so people may not be completely aware that it is happening. Additionally, one of the most common misconceptions about it is that it is not a serious health issue. These factors often contribute to the overlooking or delay in addressing hearing loss. It is important to be aware of early warning signs and to treat hearing loss with an audiologist.

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Working with Hearing Loss
October 22, 2020

Hearing loss is a public health epidemic that nearly 1 in 8 people live with in the U.S. A permanent medical condition, hearing loss has multifaceted effects that impact a person’s ability to manage professional and personal responsibilities with ease. Impaired hearing reduces one’s capacity to absorb and process sound which strains communication, impacts relationships, social engagement, and overall health. This can make it particularly difficult to navigate work environments and maximize job performance. Addressing hearing loss and practicing a few useful tips can help you effectively manage hearing loss in the workplace and tend to your hearing health! 

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