Hearing Health Blog
Several times throughout the year I like to write about “stuff” that happened recently in our office. Now is the time to do that again. **If you did not catch last month’s Senior Savvy, we are partnering with The Community Care Clinic of Rowan to provide their patients hearing services. We are in need of used hearing aids that are
Have you ever wondered what to do with your old hearing aids after you upgrade to newer technology? Well, we have a use for those older devices that are still in fairly good condition. Jane, Beth, Jamie and I are proud to announce our support of the Community Care Clinic of Rowan County. For years we have been a sponsor
Last week my mother called excited to tell me that her recent April issue of AARP magazine had a featured article about hearing loss and hearing aids. She wanted to be sure that I saw it. If not, she would mail it to me. Since May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, I encourage you to read that article if
Now that spring has finally arrived, it is a great time to make some changes. Did you know that you are your best advocate for your own hearing health? Self-advocacy to improve one’s hearing and comprehension is not always easy. But, with practice, you can effectively communicate your hearing and listening needs to those around you. Self-advocacy begins with self-knowledge
Once upon a time, during fetal development at about 20 weeks of gestation, our hearing capacity begins. At this time, we hear the lower tones of our mother’s voice and develop our first recognition of a parent. We also hear internal sounds of our mother’s digestion and other body noises. Because of this connection, it is suggested that the first
This year will mark my 34 th year as an audiologist and 8 th as a small business owner. Keeping up with the latest in technology, testing procedures and the operations of running a business is never ending. As a relatively new business owner I belong to a group that meets monthly in Salisbury, comprised of other small business owners.
Well, 2018 is gone and 2019 is here. Every New Year brings new renewal, new thoughts, a new beginning, and new resolutions too. So we all have pledged to make the year “2019” better than the year “2018”. Let’s take a moment to review what Hearing Solutions of North Carolina was able to accomplish in 2018. In March we introduced