Hearing Health Blog
When you're prescribed hearing aids , your audiologist will give you guidance on how to clean and maintain them . As well as taking care of your hearing aids as a whole, you'll need to give some thought to their batteries too. Although there is a wide array of hearing aids on the market, the majority still run on zinc-air
Your hearing aid is one of the most essential gadgets in your day-to-day life. While it seems like a small piece of tech, it has a significant influence over your life, and it allows you to reconnect with your loved ones, enjoy social situations again, and you can also enjoy the natural world in all of its glory. However, choosing
When you receive your first set of hearing aids , then you have to face the reality of owning and caring for them. Without proper hearing aid maintenance, you’ll be paying for multiple hearing aid repairs every year. While an audiologist will happily do this for you, it’s better for everyone if you limit the repairs as much as possible.
If only that question had a simple answer. As most people may know that according to the FDA, hearing aids are considered a Class 1 Medical Wearable Sound-Amplifying Device so it would make sense to assume that they will be covered by your insurance. Unfortunately that is not always the case with most policies. When getting hearing aids , it is important
The year was 1880. The ongoing feud between Alexander Graham Bell and the Gallaudet family continued. The topic of deaf education was to be decided among 164 individuals – only one of which was deaf. Ultimately, it was this decision that would dictate the future of the Deaf culture and those within the community. Almost unanimously, the vote for Oralism