Things to Consider Before Purchasing Hearing Aids

September 12, 2017

So you’ve gone to an audiologist and been diagnosed with a hearing loss.  Your hearing professional has recommended a hearing aid and has let you try on a couple just to see what it could sound like.  If you like the idea but still have some reservations about purchasing, keep reading.

There are several things to consider when purchasing a hearing aid.  One hearing aid or two?  Which brand?  Which technology level?  Do you feel comfortable with this particular hearing professional?  What is your budget?  The great thing is, there are fairly easy answers to all of these questions. Continue Reading →

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Intro – Wellness Program and the Importance of a Baseline Hearing Test

July 20, 2017

Welcome to our first blog post! We are thrilled you’ve taken the time to check out what we have been up to and learn some interesting or useful things in the process.

This first post is an introduction to something we hold near and dear to our hearts: our Wellness Program. We started this program back in June of 2014 with the goal of screening 10,000 ears within 5 years, or simply 1,000 screening each year.

A baseline hearing screening is a very important piece of documentation to have. Just like getting an annual physical or having your eyes tested regularly, you should also have an annual baseline hearing screening, if not a full evaluation. The difference between an evaluation and a screening is fairly simple: an evaluation is a comprehensive test that involves several different parts of the hearing system while a screening is a basic pass/refer test.
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Audiology Professionals

Audiology Professionals