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Talk is Teaching

Did you know that just talking is teaching? Sometimes it is as simple as that. “Talking is Teaching” is the subject of a campaign to promote learning and literacy for all children. This topic is especially important for children with hearing loss because they don’t have the same access to sound. Every one of you, […]

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Posted in: Children, Communication, Hearing Aids, Hearing Health, Life Style

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Dizziness versus Vertigo

When someone says “I feel dizzy” what exactly do they mean? Dizziness can be described as lightheadedness, unsteadiness, or a fainting sensation. Vertigo is the feeling that you or your surroundings are moving when there is no actual movement. Dizziness Dizziness can occur when you move quickly from a seated or laying down position to […]

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World Hearing Day, March 3, 2020

“Hearing for Life” is the theme of World Hearing Day March 3rd. Organized by the World Health Organization (WHO), this day shines the spotlight on preventing, identifying and treating hearing loss across the lifespan. This year, the campaign would like to highlight the importance of communication at all ages and stages of life. Hearing provides […]

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Guest Blog: A Trusted Partner in My Hearing Health

By Christopher Morris My hearing loss, like most other people, occurred very gradually. Before discovering that my hearing loss involves the ranges for the speaking voice of most women and children, I chalked up miscommunication with my wife and administrative assistant as simply inattention on my part or mumbling on their part. As time went […]

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Guest Blog: Is Hi-Tech Worth the Higher Cost?

By Greg Miller “Huh?” That’s how it all started. My wife would say something and that would be my response. As time went on, one “huh” became a series. Then a constant barrage. You can guess where this is going. It was strongly suggested to me that I check into hearing aids. So, off I […]

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Guest Blog: Custom Earplugs – A Musician’s Perspective

By Rick Hughey I have been a musician for many years – specifically a drummer and percussionist who has played in myriad and varied settings. While many of the applicable instruments and sound effects upon which I perform can be played very quietly, some inherently create higher volume pressures. When I was younger I never […]

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