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Technology Makes A Difference

Technology Improves Lives of the Hearing Impaired As we age it is normal that we experience some degree of hearing loss. It is also normal that we avoid technology that we find overwhelming. However, hearing loss and its connection to advanced technology is here to stay and improving every day. Hearing aid manufacturers are now [...]

By | August 18th, 2015|Hearing Health In The Workplace|0 Comments

Keep those Hearing Aids Dry!

During the summer months when it is hot and humid, it is important to keep hearing aids clean and DRY! Moisture in a hearing aid can drastically affect its functionality. Most hearing aid repairs result from moisture and earwax accumulating in the hearing aid......both of which are preventable. It is important to clean your aids [...]

By | July 13th, 2015|Hearing Health In The Workplace|0 Comments

Can’t Hear On The Phone??

CaptionCall is a captioned telephone featuring a large, easy-to-read screen that displays written captions of what callers are saying. The CaptionCall phone and service is complimentary for individuals with documented hearing loss who provide professional certification from a qualified hearing professional. Hearing Health & Wellness is pleased to help anyone who could benefit from a [...]

By | June 17th, 2015|Hearing Health In The Workplace|0 Comments

Summer Summer Summertime!

Summer is here, and along with it, the perfect time for a swim! Of course, if you are prone swimmer's ear it can be a different story. Swimmer's ear is an external, non-contagious ear canal infection. Water trapped in the ears can  irritate the skin or cause infection. Doctors generally prescribe antibiotic treatments, and also [...]

By | June 17th, 2015|Hearing Health In The Workplace|0 Comments

Ringing in the Ears? Understanding Tinnitus

For many, there are no sounds of silence. Instead, even the quietest of moments, such as sleep, can be filled with buzzing, humming or ringing sounds. This unfortunate condition is called tinnitus and, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, it has affected nearly 25 million Americans to date. Presently, no [...]

By | June 1st, 2015|Hearing Health In The Workplace|0 Comments