Hearing Health Blog

If you have been reading the past few of my articles in the Senior Savvy, you know we were fortunate to participate in the ReSound Gives Sound program. One of our major hearing aid manufacturers awarded 284 people in the United States with a set of hearing aids who have been financially impacted by the pandemic. Two of our patients

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We have all been looking forward to 2021 and here it is.  Last year was definitely a year filled with adversity, including natural disasters, financial pressure, and a pandemic resulting in reduced social togetherness.  So therefore, it’s more important than ever to lend a hand to those in our community, especially those most impacted by this past year’s challenges. Hearing

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Let me share with you what we hear…  “I don’t like wearing a mask, my glasses and hearing aids get stuck”.  If we hear it once, we hear it twenty times a day.  We do require our patients to wear a face covering when entering the clinic, either a mask or a shield.  Jane, Beth, Jamie and I wear shields

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  With autumn approaching I can already hear the leaf blowers blowing as the leaves are just beginning to fall.  The newspaper inserts are reminding us that hunting season is right around the corner. Autumn is a noisy time of year.  Several weeks ago I saw my first well being drilled.  My son is building not too far from the

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    Hearing aid leasing solves technology and cost challenges for acquiring hearing devices.  We have been offering lease as an option to our patients for 2-1/2 years now and the response has been very positive.  Leasing is resurging as an alternative method instead of purchase to own.  While it might feel like a new concept to some, leasing hearing

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  Yes, we have been open since May 11 th .  After being closed for 6 weeks,  we are all thrilled to be back in the office taking care of folks that need our hearing services.  Our people feel comfortable coming in knowing we are taking every precaution to provide a safe environment.  Masks are required.  Temperatures are taken upon

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We are HEAR for you.  Our doors re-opened May 11 th .  We spent the six weeks at home working on several projects that would have never been completed, had we been busy in the office seeing patients.  I am glad we had the time to focus on those projects, but we are glad to be back in the office,

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  At the time of this writing, our office has been closed for over 4 weeks.  In an effort to protect my staff and our patients, I made the decision to lock our doors and only see patients in emergency situations.  We are mailing batteries and supplies to patients so they can stay home as mandated by our governor. So,

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At the time of this writing, all non-essential medical visits have been rescheduled or cancelled.  In our office we like to see our hearing aid patients for annual check-ups which allow us to monitor any hearing changes, review medical issues, review hearing aid programming and function to ensure maximum hearing ability.  This type of appointment has also been rescheduled and

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Jane and I are thrilled to announce the publishing of our first YouTube video.  Our initial video details the proper cleaning and maintenance of rechargeable mini behind the ear devices.  Proper care of hearing devices is critical to receive superb sound quality and maintain function.  We are amazed how many people we see that were fit with hearing aids elsewhere

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