Hearing Aids and Bluetooth

After talking about telecoils and loops, let’s talk about another technology that is taking strides and making headlines.  Bluetooth technology is another very effective way to use your hearing aids with phones, but you will need to have Bluetooth enabled hearing aids as well as a Bluetooth enabled phone.  Many of today’s hearing aids are…

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Adjusting to Hearing Aids

The first time I got glasses, I walked out of my optometrist’s office and could not believe that I could see individual leaves on the trees, read the chalkboard from the back of the classroom, or read signs as my parents drove around town.  The effect was instantaneous and there was no adjustment needed on…

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Sonic Bliss Tech Review

Are you wishing, and hoping for your hearing aid experience to be positively BLISS-full?  If so, then look no further…Sonic Innovations has the solution for you!  Hearing Revolution is proud to start offering the Sonic Bliss line of instruments. At Sonic, their philosophy is “Speech is King” and the sound quality of the Bliss 100…

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Hearing Loss and Depression

According to the Better Hearing Institute, a link between untreated hearing loss and depression has been found.  Depression is a very serious condition that affects more than 120 million people worldwide.  The World Federation for Mental Health reports that in the United States alone, major depression affects 15 million adults, which is about 5-8 percent…

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Assistive Listening Devices Tech Review

Although hearing aids do a great job of improving the quality of life and the sounds around us, they do not always provide enough amplification on their own.  Whether it’s a person’s difficult-to-fit hearing loss or a challenging listening situation, sometimes we need to explore alternative methods to improve hearing.  One way of doing this…

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