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 is Amptify and How It Can Benefit Your Hearing
Hearing aids can restore our access to sounds that we were unable to hear, but there is a crucial part of how we hear that can't be helped with hearing aids.Learn More
Am I ‘Losing It?’ - The Connection Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline
We begin experiencing hearing loss in our twenties. For many in our 50-60’s, we are more aware and work harder to be an active participant in conversation, especially in a noisy restaurant. At this point, we most likely have a mild hearing loss.Learn More
How Does Hearing Loss Affect Relationships?
Living with a person who has hearing loss can be difficult at times for both people. It requires a lot of patience and understanding, but in the end, working together is part of a strong relationship and it takes both parties to make it work.Learn More
Recent Study Shows That Mild Hearing Loss Can Lead To Cognitive Decline
Recent research has shown that adults who develop age-related hearing loss also have a higher chance of cognitive decline.Learn More
4 Tips To Help Enjoy The Holidays With Hearing Loss
For those with hearing loss, the holidays can often be a frustrating time filled with social anxiety and isolation. It’s hard to participate in the festivities and be included in conversations if you can’t hear what’s being said.Learn More
Are Hearing Loss and Dementia Related?
It’s not uncommon for hearing to degrade with age - in fact, gradual hearing loss is a natural part of growing older. However, many of our patients worry that the hearing loss they are experiencing may be an early indicator of dementia or some other type of neurological disease. Are these fears unfounded?Learn More
High Pitch Hearing Test – What it is and why you might need one.
It’s very common for adults to lose hearing for high pitches or in the higher frequencies. The process happens slowly over time, making hearing conversation in noise and small details of speech more challenging to understand. But what causes this type of hearing loss?Learn More
Sudden Hearing Loss – What Does it Mean and How is it Treated?
As the name suggests, sudden hearing loss can strike suddenly and without warning making it a life-disrupting experience. If you've lost partial or full hearing, do not panic. There are several treatments that could remedy your condition.Learn More
How Much Are Hearing Aids, & Will Insurance Cover Them?
Hearing aids are more accessible than ever before. But what option is best for you, and how do you pay for them?Learn More
How Auditory Training Can Retrain Your Brain to "Hear" Better
Even mild hearing loss can change your brain. So, what does this mean and how does auditory training help?Learn More
The Hidden Link between Hearing Loss and Memory Loss
How do you know if you’re suffering from memory loss, hearing loss, or a combination?Learn More
Sound Therapy for Tinnitus to Reduce Ringing in the Ears
Tinnitus is the perception of a sound without an external sound source and is most often described as a high pitched ringing or buzzing.Learn More