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.
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
Meniere's Disease is typically characterized by bouts of vertigo, tinnitus, and a feeling of fullness in the ear. It can also cause progressive hearing loss. Let's take a look at Meniere's Disease's effect on hearing, and how your audiologist can help diagnose and...read more
Hearing loss is often very subtle. It's something that comes on slowly, and before you realize it, you can't hear as well as you used to. Hearing loss can happen at any age, and can be really tough to accept and seek treatment for. People often feel they can "get by"...read more
One of the toughest things to navigate with your hard of hearing child is how to access hearing assistive technology through the school system and the specialized instruction they need to succeed. Understanding their education access rights is the first step in...read more
The holidays can be frustrating if you are hard of hearing and wear hearing aids. Background noise, multiple conversations and dim lights can make navigating these gatherings difficult. With a little preparation you can help yourself and your hosts make the most of...read more
We protect our children's eyes, skin and their heads. Are we protecting their ears? From yard tools to outdoor concerts, it's louder than you think out there! Summer Noise Traps Did you know that there are many summertime activities that can cause permanent and...read more
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