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Navigating Seasonal Changes with Hearing Loss

Spring brings a change in weather and a change in activities. However, for individuals living with hearing loss, experiencing and enjoying seasonal changes can be a challenge. For example, during spring there may be an increase in outdoor activities and social events, creating unique obstacles for those with hearing loss. Understanding the Impact of Seasonal Changes Seasonal changes, particularly during …

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Troubleshooting Common Hearing Aid Issues

Hearing aids are incredible devices that can significantly improve the quality of life for individuals with hearing loss. However, like any technology, they can encounter issues from time to time. We’ve seen many common hearing aid problems and helped countless individuals troubleshoot and resolve them. Here are some of the most common hearing aid issues and practical solutions to fix …

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5 Tips for a Successful Virtual Family Reunion

With many family reunions moving online this holiday season, you may be thinking about how to organize a successful virtual gathering. Virtual get-togethers with friends and family have allowed us to stay connected during this unprecedented year. Though it requires a few adjustments, online reunions can be just as engaging! By taking the time to plan, you can provide a …

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Keeping Your Hearing Aids Dry

One of the benefits of hearing aids is that they enable you to hear no matter where you are. Whether you are taking a walk in the forest or doing your shopping through the town square, hearing aids make it possible to engage with others easily and clearly and also to enjoy the soundscape of the natural world. However, one …

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Tips for Driving with Hearing Aids

As we get older, there are certain physical challenges we all have to deal with. Our reaction time slows down, it’s harder to turn your head and move your body, and your depth perception changes. If you are aware of the changes and you compensate, you shouldn’t have any problems driving. That goes for driving with hearing aids, too. Be …