May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, which makes it the perfect time to schedule a hearing evaluation at Audiology & Hearing Aid Solutions if you have experienced any degree of hearing loss.
Roughly 36 million people in the U.S. experience hearing loss and almost half of the U.S population over the age of 75 has some degree of hearing loss. While hearing loss is a common health condition, only 20 percent of people visit a hearing specialist when they know there is a problem.
While hearing loss may seem like an inconvenience, it can have a major impact on your quality of life. People with hearing loss miss out on special moments with friends and loved ones. The constant struggle to hear can even leave a person feeling depressed, frustrated and anxious.
This February, the team from Audiology & Hearing Aid Solutions traveled to Orlando, Florida for the 2017 AHAA Convention. The objective was to acquire a better understanding of the issues in the industry and how to better serve patients.
Looking ahead to the future, was the overall theme for the conference. With technology and trends rapidly changing and developing, it is important to stay ahead of the curve.
Healthy hearing is a gift we often take for granted. Imagine walking down the street, unable to hear the birds chirp and the sounds of the city. Imagine spending time with your family, unable to hear your child or grandchild’s laughter?
For 360 million people around the world, this is their reality. For World Hearing Day (March 3rd), we ask you to take time and celebrate your ability to hear.
Today’s wireless hearing aids make it possible for hearing impaired individuals to connect with personal electronic devices and stream signals directly to the hearing aid through the use of Bluetooth.
Bluetooth allows for the transfer of data between two or more electronic devices via high frequency radio waves without interference or security risks. Wireless hearing aids can use compatible assistive listening devices, often called streamers, to provide a communication link between the wireless technology in the hearing aids and any Bluetooth-enabled device.
Hearing loss is an individual condition – each person’s hearing loss is different, and there’s not one hearing aid model that’s perfect for everyone. The best hearing aid for you will feel natural and comfortable to wear, and will provide the right sound quality and volume to compensate for your hearing loss.