Tips & Resources
These helpful tips and educational articles are provided to help you understand the world of hearing loss and help you make well informed decisions.
We offer this exciting service at Hearing Resources! Hear and understand. Auditory Training? It sounds a little odd: Auditory Training. What is it? How can it help you? Auditory Training is a service we offer at Hearing Resources Audiology Center. It maximizes the...read more
Each year, the Sight and Hearing Association puts out a list of "noisy" toys after putting a variety of these items through thorough sound testing. Each year they find toys that are loud enough to be potentially damaging to your child's hearing. Hearing damage can...read more
Whether your hearing aids are brand new and you're still getting used to them, or you have a few hearing aid holidays under your belt, navigating the season with hearing aids can present some unique challenges. We have some tips to help you navigate, and some ideas...read more
It's really tempting, we understand. It seems so much easier to go to a big box store or walk into a hearing aid store and get a free hearing test. A hearing aid is a hearing aid, right? Not so fast. What is the difference between an audiologist and a hearing aid...read more
One of the most frustrating things about hearing loss is missing out on conversation. Being told "nevermind" is one of the interactions hard of hearing people have that can cause them to withdraw socially - imagine being dismissed out-of-hand, and made to feel like...read more
Every fall, the Sight and Hearing Association tests a variety of toys on the market to find out how loud they are. It doesn't take as much as you think for a sound to be loud enough to cause damage, and the Sight and Hearing Association has rated Noisy Toys annually...read more
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