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Caring for hearing aids in colder weather
Posted by Valerie S. Graham, MS, CCC-A, FAAA on December 05, 2022
In places where it gets cold, it can be tough on a lot of things: automobiles, fingers and toes, and our psyche. But it doesn’t need to be hard on hearing aids, so long as you keep in mind a few things to do — and not do — when wearing hearing aids in cold weather. Five do’s Be careful when removing hats and scarves to avoid pulling...
Adults should get regular hearing checkups
Posted by Valerie S. Graham, MS, CCC-A, FAAA on November 21, 2022
If the human body came with Care & Maintenance instructions, today’s recommendation from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) would certainly be on them. It’d be right in there to have your teeth cleaned and checked annually; visit your general practitioner for physicals and blood work; get vaccinated from diseases; exercise;...
National Family Caregivers Month
Posted by Valerie S. Graham, MS, CCC-A, FAAA on November 03, 2022
Observed every November since President Clinton signed a proclamation in 1997, National Family Caregivers Month is a time to recognize and celebrate the millions of people in the U.S. who compassionately and humbly care for parents, siblings, neighbors, and community members. Grandparents, and older friends and relatives—particularly—need and benefit...
It’s National Protect Your Hearing Month
Posted by Valerie S. Graham, MS, CCC-A, FAAA on October 19, 2022
You know that when a cause has an entire month dedicated to it, it must be important. For years, October has been National Protect Your Hearing Month. Why? Because hearing isn’t just important — hearing is essential! Hearing plays a huge role in our physical health, emotional well-being, and overall quality of life. The sound of laughter, music, the...
Hearing loss is more common than you think
Posted by Valerie S. Graham, MS, CCC-A, FAAA on October 04, 2022
Because we’re a hearing technology company and our business is singularly focused on helping people hear the best they can, the statistic above — that hearing loss is the United States’ third most common chronic physical condition and is more prevalent than diabetes or cancer — isn’t surprising to those of us. We’re plenty...
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