How Long Does it Take to Get Used to Hearing Aids?
Hearing aids can make a huge difference in addressing problems with hearing; they can also take some getting used to.Learn More
How Much Are Hearing Aids and Will Your Insurance Cover Them?
The price of hearing aids is a common question and a necessary discussion to have with patients. There are many different factors that determine the cost of hearing aids.Learn More
How to Connect Your Hearing Aids and Cell Phone
Being able to connect your hearing aids to your phone is not a completely new idea, as people previously were able to do so by wearing an additional accessory like a necklace. However, we can now connect your hearing aids wirelessly to your iPhone or android cell phone.Learn More
How to Talk to Loved Ones About Hearing Aids or a Hearing Test When They are Hesitant
80% of adults between the ages of 55 and 74 who would benefit from wearing hearing aids don’t use them. Without realizing it, we slowly begin to turn the volume up on devices, move closer to people to hear better, or begin to lip-read.Learn More
Compare Hearing Aid Brands and Reasons to Upgrade
If you are thinking of upgrading your current hearing aids for better and newer technology, now is the perfect time! This blog will discuss the hearing aid technology advancements of the most common brands we fit patients with.Learn More
Hearing Loss and The Holidays: Tips for Hearing Loss at Gatherings and Parties
The holidays can be a busy and stressful time, and perhaps even more stressful for people who are hard of hearing. See helpful tips to use as a listener or a speaker to make the holiday season easier on individuals with hearing loss.Learn More
What Are Locked Hearing Aids & Why You Should Avoid Them
Unfortunately, most patients who purchase a locked hearing aid were never told what a “locked hearing aid” is and what it could mean for you if you purchase them.Learn More
What the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act Means for You
We are excited to see positive movement for the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act (MAASA) of 2021, a legislative bill that will help patients have direct access to an audiologist instead of needing a referral from their primary doctor.Learn More
Kirsten's Favorite Audiology Products
Each May, Better Hearing and Speech Month, is a time to raise awareness about communication and hearing disorders while letting people know more about available treatment options that can improve the quality of life for those who experience problems speaking or hearing.Learn More
Everything You Need to Know About Medicare Advantage and Hearing Aids
If you’re thinking of changing to a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan, we want to make sure that you have everything you need to make a well-informed choice when it comes to changing your coverage.Learn More
Introducing Our New Partner... Dr. Kirsten McWilliams!
We have some exciting news here at The Hearing Solution! We have a brand new partner: Dr. Kirsten McWilliams.Learn More
Hate your hearing aids? It’s most likely a problem with the programming, not the device!
Is your hearing aid device not working as it should do? Is it causing you more issues than it’s solving? You might not have to replace your hearing aids - you can actually get them reprogrammed instead!Learn More
Considering Buying Hearing Aids? Here’s What to Ask Your Provider
If you are considering the use of hearing aids, answer these important questions during the purchasing process.Learn More
New Hearing Aids and Difficulty Communicating with Loved Ones
After being tested and fitted for hearing aids, it can take anywhere from 4 to 20 weeks for the brain to adjust to the new audio input it receives. This adjustment period is 100% natural.Learn More
Audiology Medicare Access: When Will You Be Eligible?
For years, basic services like hearing aids haven’t been covered under Medicare. However, recently proposed legislation could correct some of these glaring gaps.Learn More
Can Hearing Aids Really Reduce the Risk of Dementia, Depression and Accidents?
The relationship between hearing loss and dementia is well-documented. But only recently have researchers started to take a more active interest in studying this link in greater detail.Learn More
What’s the Difference between Audiologists and Hearing Aid Dispensers?
If sound clarity is important to you, you may want to visit a licensed professional trained in proper hearing aid fitting and customization. Check out the differences between audiologists and hearing aid dispensers to help you decide which path to go.Learn More
Are Bluetooth Hearing Aids Truly Worth It?
Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids work by creating a wireless connection with other Bluetooth devices to send and receive audio information. This wireless “pairing” can be established with everything from speakers to cell phones to TV’s to computers.Learn More
What Is the Best Hearing Aid on the Market?
It’s not uncommon to treat hearing aids like any other consumer item. During the shopping process, you might read reviews or talk to friends as you search for the highest rated hearing aids you can find. And on the surface, this makes perfect sense. Better quality means better audio input, right?Learn More