Future Tech: Hearing Aids That Can Monitor Vital Signs

Today’s hearing aids are sleek and advanced technological wonders. They can connect to, and be controlled by, a smartphone. They can sync to sound systems at home and at a theater. They have omnidirectional microphones, app-connecting capabilities, and intelligence that allows them to identify background noises to be dampened to allow conversations to be heard …

Carbon Monoxide Monitors and Smoke Detectors for the Hearing Impaired

Cold weather is here along with the risks associated with home heating systems. The threat of fire and carbon monoxide poisoning increases significantly during the winter months. For the deaf and hearing impaired who cannot hear the audible alarms of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, the risk increases substantially. Alerting the Hearing Impaired Smoke alarms …

The Gift of Giving

As the holiday season draws nearer, we’re reminded of all the things we’re thankful for. Not only are we grateful to support our patients with their hearing concerns, but we appreciate the opportunity to help others in need. It’s not just the immediate people around us that can benefit from generosity; you can make a …

Selecting the Best Hearing Aid for Your Needs

When faced with the predicament of choosing a pair of hearing aids to treat hearing loss, it’s common to feel overwhelmed with the many options that have flooded the hearing aid market. While it’s always the best practice to heed the advice of a hearing professional you trust, and to get a thorough in-person evaluation …