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06/19/2024

Our unity stems from our shared dedication to hearing health, each other, our patients, and continuous learning.

This year’s team retreat was graced by a true expert in the field, our special guest speaker and educator, the one and only

Despite our typically lively group, there was a profound silence during Diane’s presentation. Every word she spoke resonated with us deeply, touching our hearts and minds.

In a room filled with mothers, sisters, cousins, daughters, grandmothers (and Fraser 😆, if you know, you know), Diane’s message spoke to our entire being.

Her lessons and stories mirrored experiences we’ve all had, both at home and in the workplace. They connected us to our past and present, leaving a lasting impact.

There were tears, cheers, and countless moments of shared understanding. Diane brought us together in ways we never imagined, forever changing us.

Following her inspiring talk, we broke out into our team groups for hands-on activities!

Our leaders excelled in every aspect. Each activity challenged and expanded our knowledge and skills, fostering new connections and strengthening existing relationships.

It was impossible not to bond and have fun while playing “Hear Pong” (thanks ). This team goes above and beyond in everything they do! The effort and commitment shown during our team breakouts, from creating props to presenting, was truly remarkable. And to think, they brought all of this to a different country!

HLC dedication knows no limits and we live that every day, whether it’s work or play ♥️👂🏾🦻🏼

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The ULTIMATE STAMPEDERS GIVEAWAY 🏈Big thanks to our friend and client John Hufnagel for this amazing prize pack!We’re fo...
06/18/2024

The ULTIMATE STAMPEDERS GIVEAWAY 🏈
Big thanks to our friend and client John Hufnagel for this amazing prize pack!
We’re forever grateful for his kindness and friendship!

Unfortunately we can’t offer giveaways on Facebook as the scammers are so aggressive and really try there best to get our scam and trick our followers.

This giveaway is available on IG & X ( Twitter)

Here’s what you can go and enter to win!

1 x Autographed Matt Shiltz Jersey
2 x Hats
1x Backpack
4 x Tickets To the June 29th Game

What’s On The Agenda This Weekend⁉️Let us help‼️Looking for some quality time with your loved ones this weekend?Here are...
06/15/2024

What’s On The Agenda This Weekend⁉️
Let us help‼️

Looking for some quality time with your loved ones this weekend?
Here are some ideas to make the most of your time together ♥️🩷

1. Have a family picnic at a local park or beach. Pack some yummy snacks and enjoy the outdoors together 🧺

2. Plan a movie night at home with all your favorite movies and snacks. Don’t forget the 🍿

3. Get active and go for a hike or bike ride together. It’s a great way to bond and stay healthy 🚲🚲

4. Have a family game night with board games or card games. It’s a fun way to laugh and create memories 🎲

5. Cook a meal together as a family. Try out a new recipe or make an old family favorite 🍽️

Whatever you choose to do, make sure to put away your phones and be fully present with your loved ones.
Quality time spent together is priceless.

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Annual Retreat - Amplifying Connections At HLC, teamwork is key to our success. The popular phrase “ a team that plays t...
06/14/2024

Annual Retreat - Amplifying Connections

At HLC, teamwork is key to our success.
The popular phrase “ a team that plays together, stays together” couldn’t be truer for us.
Every day, we come together to build relationships, share our expertise, and fuel each other’s passion.
Teamwork is a what fuels us, and keeps us going.

Day 2️⃣ of our retreat was all about deepening our connections.
We always make sure to incorporate team-building activities during our annual retreat.
These activities challenge us, push us out of our comfort zones, and test the strength of our bond.
By having our whole team take part in a little team building and healthy competition, we were able to collaborate, communicate, and see each other in a different light

In these different challenges we had to solve complex puzzles, communicate effectively and leverage each other’s strengths to successfully complete each task.
This experience not only improved our problem-solving skills but also reinforced the importance of open communication within our team. It’s always easier to absorb those lessons when you’re laughing and getting those endorphins flowing.

With 10 clinics spread across BC & AB, our team is physically separated by distance. However, our collaboration knows no bounds. Whether we’re in the same room or miles apart, we continue to work together seamlessly. Face-to-face interactions are just one of the ways we nurture our connections and maintain our strong friendships.

And in case you were wondering, yes, we do have a lot of fun along the way! 😂

Do You Have It⁉️Tinnitus is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by hearing...
06/13/2024

Do You Have It⁉️
Tinnitus is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It is characterized by hearing ringing, buzzing, or other sounds in the ears when there is no external sound present.
Many individuals may have tinnitus without even realizing it, as the symptoms can be subtle and easily dismissed.

While tinnitus is not a disease in itself, it can be a symptom of an underlying issue, such as hearing loss, exposure to loud noise, or certain medical conditions.
Many people may experience tinnitus at some point in their lives, but some individuals may have it chronically without realizing it.
Recognizing tinnitus and seeking appropriate treatment is essential for managing the condition and improving quality of life.

Potential causes, Tinnitus can have various causes, including exposure to loud noise, age-related hearing loss, ear infections, and certain medical conditions such as Meniere's disease or temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. Stress, anxiety, and certain medications can also contribute to the development or exacerbation of tinnitus.
Identifying the underlying cause of tinnitus is crucial for determining the most effective treatment approach
(we can help🧡)

Ignoring tinnitus or dismissing it as a minor annoyance can lead to increased stress, anxiety, and difficulty concentrating. Treatment options for tinnitus may include hearing aids, sound therapy, counseling, and relaxation techniques. Managing tinnitus effectively can help improve quality of life and prevent further hearing damage.

Our Team Is Here To Help 🩶

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Kick The Stigma, Smell The FlowersSummer is a time of vibrant sounds - the chirping of birds, the laughter of children p...
06/11/2024

Kick The Stigma, Smell The Flowers

Summer is a time of vibrant sounds - the chirping of birds, the laughter of children playing in the park, the gentle rustling of leaves in the wind.
However, for those struggling with hearing loss, these sounds may become muffled and distant. The stigma surrounding hearing aids often prevents individuals from seeking help, but by taking care of our hearing health and embracing the use of hearing aids, we can fully enjoy the sweet sounds of summer.

Taking care of our hearing health and embracing the use of hearing aids can greatly enhance our quality of life, especially during the vibrant sounds of summer.
By overcoming the stigma associated with hearing aids and recognizing their benefits, we can fully immerse ourselves in the beauty of the season and enjoy all the sounds it has to offer.

Let us kick the stigma of hearing aids and prioritize our hearing health for a fulfilling and enriching summer experience.

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It’s Me, HI, I’m the Problem, it’s Me 🎵Have you ever considered or thought about your body language when speaking with s...
06/10/2024

It’s Me, HI, I’m the Problem, it’s Me 🎵

Have you ever considered or thought about your body language when speaking with someone?
Do you make sure to face the person you’re speaking with?
Whether it’s around the dinner table, at the office or a busy public setting.

Do you speak clearly and at a fair pace⁉️

So many of us speak without thinking about how the other person may receive our words or if they’re actually hearing and able to process the speed in which we’re communicating.

We often forget to think about the other person in the conversation, especially if we’re out at a restaurant, or ordering a coffee, or working with someone new.
We assume that everyone hears and communicates like us!
( you know what they say about assuming 🤐)

Here’s your reminder to be kind and speak clearly when talking with someone, even if they’ve never said anything. Sometimes it’s hard to admit you’re struggling👂🏼

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F I R S T EVER‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals caught our eye 👀 and it wasn’t the players on the ice this time...
06/10/2024

F I R S T EVER‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️

Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals caught our eye 👀 and it wasn’t the players on the ice this time.

The Stanley Cup Final made history during Game 1 Saturday by offering an alternate broadcast in American Sign Language.

Note To Add
(While we are celebrating and we like to keep it positive, a win is a win. This type of inclusivity and representation shouldn’t have taken until 2024 and it should be across all sports and media)

The NHL is the first major sports league to air games in ASL. According to The Associated Press, each game of the Stanley Cup Final will feature deaf broadcasters conducting play-by-plays and color analysis during the games.

“These games are the first major sports telecast dedicated fully to the Deaf community, featuring live Deaf broadcasters calling real-time play-by-play and color commentary entirely in ASL,” the NHL said on its website. The broadcasts will have graphics that will show a large, metered, real-time bar that will be able to demonstrate the levels of noise from the crowds plus other visuals, ESPN reported.

It is a project that has been in the works for nearly two years, Brice Christianson, the founder and CEO of P-X-P, a company that aims to elevate accessibility and inclusion in professional sports for the Deaf/hard-of-hearing community, said, according to ESPN.

“This is a great first step of having representation, having deaf people on screen, having the Deaf community connect to people like them,” said Christianson, according to the AP. “For the NHL to sign off on this and to believe in this, it’s groundbreaking. It’s truly historic and also they’ve doubled down and said that they want to continue to do this.”

Article - By Jessica Goodman

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Untreated Hearing Loss At WorkDealing with hearing loss in the workplace can be a lonely and exasperating experience.The...
06/07/2024

Untreated Hearing Loss At Work
Dealing with hearing loss in the workplace can be a lonely and exasperating experience.
The struggle to catch every word in meetings or participate fully in conversations can hinder your work and sense of belonging

Your Role👂🏾🦻🏽
You don’t need to struggle, you don’t need to feel alone or isolated. Communicate with your team!
We can help, a hearing health assessment is the answer.

Your Workplace
It’s time for all busineesss big and small to create a work environment that embraces and supports individuals with hearing loss, and other differently abled needs.

Everyone
Help create a safe space for you and your coworkers. Keep the lines of communication open and clear.

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🧠June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month🧠Did you know that there is a connection between early treatment for hearing...
06/04/2024

🧠June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month🧠

Did you know that there is a connection between early treatment for hearing loss and dementia?
Research has shown that there is a strong link between untreated hearing loss and cognitive decline, including an increased risk of developing dementia.

When a person has difficulty hearing👂🏾the brain 🧠 has to work harder to process and understand sounds🔊which can lead to cognitive overload and strain.
This constant cognitive effort can contribute to changes in the brain that are associated with dementia.

By treating hearing loss early with hearing aids🦻🏽or other interventions, individuals can reduce the cognitive load on their brains and improve their ability to communicate and engage with the world around them. This, in turn, can help maintain cognitive function and potentially lower the risk of developing dementia.

Taking care of your hearing health is an important part of maintaining overall brain health and well-being.

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That First Cup Of ☕️Making your first cup of coffee in the morning awakens all the senses, smell, taste, touch, and hear...
05/31/2024

That First Cup Of ☕️
Making your first cup of coffee in the morning awakens all the senses, smell, taste, touch, and hearing👂🏼
It’s easy to take our senses for granted and even easier to ignore them if they’re diminishing slowly.

Get this, statistically hearing loss is ignored on average for 7️⃣years before treatment and care is considered….

Now think about this, Would you ignore losing your 👁 eyesight, or losing the ability to walk🚶🏽‍♀️or would you ignore a broken leg 🦴

Why do we ignore hearing loss as a society⁉️Especially in Canada where healthcare🏥 is easier to access, why do we risk our mental 🧠 and physical health 🏃🏼‍♀️when it comes to hearing loss❓

If you’re reading this, it’s a sign and it’s time to take care of your hearing healthy 👂🏼🦻🏼

We are here to create a seamless and enjoyable experience in our offices, we have amazing coffee☕️, comfy seating, smiling faces😊, and all the positivity and passion that someone could have 💙

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Do You?Don’t underestimate the impact of hearing loss – it can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, profession or phy...
05/30/2024

Do You?

Don’t underestimate the impact of hearing loss – it can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, profession or physical fitness.
We can’t stress enough the importance of prioritizing your hearing health 👂🏾👂🏼

👉 Detect issues early:
A hearing test can catch potential problems in their early stages, allowing for prompt intervention and treatment. This can greatly enhance your quality of life. Neglecting hearing loss can lead to complications like social isolation, cognitive decline, and even mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

Getting your hearing tested is a quick and painless process ( dare we say fun 😀)
At our clinic, you’ll not only receive top-notch care but also enjoy the best coffee, laughter, and support. We’ll evaluate your hearing abilities and offer valuable insights into your overall hearing wellness.

Whether you’ve noticed changes in your hearing or not, it’s never too soon or too late to prioritize your hearing health. Take the first step towards better hearing – schedule a test today! 📅

Let’s raise awareness about the importance of hearing tests by sharing this message with your loved ones. Together, we can ensure that everyone gets to savor life’s beautiful sounds to the fullest!

www.hearingloss.ca


We’re Only One Call Away 📲We understand that construction is fast pace with some pretty serious deadlines.This is why we...
05/29/2024

We’re Only One Call Away 📲

We understand that construction is fast pace with some pretty serious deadlines.
This is why we come to you 🏃🏻‍♀️
You get to keep your team moving and keep them safe all at the same time 👷🏽‍♀️👷🏼‍♂️(that’s a win/win )

As part of your noise / hearing management program, you need to provide annual hearing testing for employees, that’s where we come in🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏽‍♂️

As part of our professional mobile industrial hearing testing service, we come right to your jobsite.
It’s our way of providing the most convenient service possible to save your business time and money and, most importantly — save your workforce’s hearing 👂🏼👂🏾

The Why❓❓
If any work environment exposes workers to noise levels greater than 85 dB (averaged over an eight-hour shift), an employer is required to develop and implement a noise management program, which must include hearing testing.

Here are the average noise levels of several common work environments:
* Carpenter / Framer 91 dB
* Welder 92 dB
* Autobody Technician 90 dB
* Mechanic / Tire Installer 87 dB
* Chop Saw 102 dB
* Forklift Operator 87 dB
* Table Saw 93 dB
* Millwright 91 dB
* Equipment Operator 91 dB
* Electrician 89 dB

No one deserves to suffer from noise induced hearing loss.
NIHL is easily prevented with a little education and the right protection.

If you are interested in learning more about our industrial hearing testing, we are here to answer questions and provide support.

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Our Best Friends Can Help Us Hear 🦮🐕‍🦺Did you know that there are hearing dogsfor those who are hard of hearing or deaf⁉...
05/28/2024

Our Best Friends Can Help Us Hear 🦮🐕‍🦺

Did you know that there are hearing dogs
for those who are hard of hearing or deaf⁉️

Hearing dogs are trained to support hard of hearing and deaf individuals by alerting them to sounds that their owner cannot hear. These include, but are not limited to alarms, door knocking/doorbells🚪, crying babies, approaching cars🚗 , and cooking timers⏲️
These dogs🐕‍🦺 are trained specially for their new owner, how the dog alerts can be customized to each sound, the dog may spin in circles when the phone 📞 rings, or touch your hand when someone’s at the door.
These dogs🦮 are trained to keep their owner safe and aware of their surroundings in a way they haven’t been able to do on their own.
In many cases, these dogs are life savers to their owners ❤️
They create a connection to a world🌎 that was previously intimidating and or hard to navigate.

In Canada🍁 there are only two groups that offer these specially trained pooches, PADS in BC and Lions Club in Ontario.

Hearing loss🦻🏼can cause people to withdraw from social situations creating feelings of isolation and rejection.
Even if you don’t need a specially trained dog for your hearing loss,
having a furry friend in the home, or volunteering with a local rescue could help both physically and mentally.

If you aren’t looking for a service dog but you’re needing a little companionship and love. You can reach out to your local animal rescue or the SPCA 🐶🐱🐰

The University of California, Los Angeles has done extensive research on Animal Assisted Therapy.
The simple act of petting animals releases an automatic relaxation response.�Humans interacting with animals have found that petting the animal promoted the release of serotonin, prolactin and oxytocin- all hormones that can play a part in elevating moods.
* Lowers anxiety and helps people relax.
* Provides comfort.
* Reduces loneliness.
* Increases mental stimulation.�
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Walk Through Every Door With Confidence Experience a world of possibilities with Genesis AI hearing aids, guaranteeing y...
05/24/2024

Walk Through Every Door With Confidence Experience a world of possibilities with Genesis AI hearing aids, guaranteeing you catch every precious moment and treasured memory.

While hearing loss may begin in the ears, its effects are felt in the brain.
Utilizing state-of-the-art technology, these revolutionary devices close the gaps resulting from years of hearing challenges, delivering a more natural and enriched auditory experience.
Your brain can stop working overtime to catch each little joke and laugh.
Wave goodbye👋🏼 to missing out on heartfelt conversations with your loved ones and welcome a world where your cognitive 🧠health is being looked after because you took care of your hearing health 🦻🏽

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Not a Whale Of a Tale 🐋Did you know that, Blue whales can hear up to 1000 miles away in optimal oceanic conditions 👂🏼Usi...
05/22/2024

Not a Whale Of a Tale 🐋
Did you know that, Blue whales can hear up to 1000 miles away in optimal oceanic conditions 👂🏼
Using their vocalisations which involve a series low frequency moans, pulses, and groans which are typically within the range of 14-40 Hz, to both communicate and sonar-navigate the depths of the ocean in the absence of light.

Did you also know that the sounds these gentle giants make, is loud enough to damage our hearing 🤯
Blue Whales mass can make noises as loud as 188 decibels, which is 38 decibels higher than a jet * taking off 25 meters away ✈️✈️
Share these fun facts with your family and friends.

Help to break the stigma around talking about hearing health and hearing loss, every little bit helps!!

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That Hears So Good 🍇🥐🥕🍣🦪(comedians and audiologists)Did you know that what we eat can impact our hearing health?👂🏽🤔Meal ...
05/17/2024

That Hears So Good 🍇🥐🥕🍣🦪
(comedians and audiologists)

Did you know that what we eat can impact our hearing health?👂🏽🤔

Meal planning for our hearing health was definitely on our 2024 bingo card.

1️⃣ Spinach 🥬: Popeye’s favorite leafy green not only makes you strong but also contains magnesium, which helps protect against noise-induced hearing loss.
So, let’s add some spinach to our salads or smoothies and keep those ears sharp! 💪🏾👂🏽

2️⃣ Blueberries🫐: These tiny, flavorful berries are packed with antioxidants that can help improve blood flow to the ears, promoting better hearing. Plus, they’re a delicious snack!

3️⃣ Salmon🍣: Not only is salmon a tasty fish, but it’s also rich in omega-3 fatty acids. These healthy fats can reduce inflammation in the blood vessels, including those in the inner ear, supporting optimal hearing 🌊

4️⃣ Carrots🥕: Crunchy and vibrant, carrots are not only great for your eyes but also for your ears! They are loaded with beta-carotene, which our bodies convert into vitamin A. This vitamin is essential for maintaining good hearing health. 🥕👀👂

5️⃣ Dark chocolate🍫: Yes, you read that right! Indulging in a small piece of dark chocolate can actually benefit your hearing. Dark chocolate contains zinc, which helps protect against age-related hearing loss. So, let’s savor a guilt-free treat while taking care of our ears! 🍫

Remember, maintaining a balanced diet is key to overall well-being, including our hearing health. The most important lesson is that our hearing health matters, and caring and protecting for our ears is crucial.

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AmplifyOptimism

Inclusion In All Ways, Always 🫶🏼Can you imagine if you had to fight to be understood and considered in your day to day l...
05/16/2024

Inclusion In All Ways, Always 🫶🏼
Can you imagine if you had to fight to be understood and considered in your day to day life⁉️
Inclusivity and fair access is a long time coming for the deaf and hard of hearing community, and while we are seeing movement and visibility in social media, Hollywood and the corporate workplace, it’s decades slower than it should be.

This is a big reason why our team stands next to our friends and partners to amplify the voices of those who need to heard!
We want to help break down barriers, and use our platform to educate and advocate.

Have you ever heard of
If not, now is the time to check them out and see what you can be doing in your workplace, home and day to day life to support and improve the lives of the deaf and hard of hearing community.

offer an array of amazing programmes that shine a bright light in places that many are turning a blind eye to.

Here is there site
www.deafandhearalberta.ca

If you are wanting to learn more about what you can do, or you’re struggling to find support and kinship in hearing loss and deaf community, is the place!

🌟 The Importance of Getting Your Hearing Tested 🌟We wanted to take a moment to talk about something close to our hearts ...
05/15/2024

🌟 The Importance of Getting Your Hearing Tested 🌟

We wanted to take a moment to talk about something close to our hearts - the significance of getting your hearing tested👂🏼🤍

Our ability to hear is a precious gift that connects us to the world around us. It allows us to enjoy the laughter of loved ones, the melodies of our favorite songs, and the soothing sounds of nature.
However, many of us often overlook the importance of regular hearing check-ups, which can have a profound impact on our overall well-being. Let’s dive into why it’s crucial to prioritize our hearing health. 🌍

👂🏾Education is Empowerment:
Did you know that hearing loss affects more than just our ability to hear? It can impact our mental health, relationships, and overall quality of life. By getting our hearing tested, we empower ourselves with knowledge about our auditory health. We can identify potential issues early on and take proactive steps to prevent further damage or seek appropriate treatment. Remember, knowledge is power! 📚💪

👥 Strengthening Connections:
Our ability to communicate effectively is at the core of building strong relationships. Imagine missing out on conversations with loved ones or struggling to understand important information at work or school. Regular hearing tests help us maintain clear communication channels, ensuring we stay connected with the people who matter most. Let’s cherish those precious moments and keep our connections strong!

🌟 Preserving Our Passion:
For many of us, music is a source of joy, inspiration, and solace. Whether it’s dancing to our favorite tunes or finding comfort in a beautiful melody, music has the power to touch our souls. By prioritizing our hearing health, we can preserve our ability to fully experience the magic of music and all the emotions it evokes. Let’s keep the rhythm alive! 🎶✨

When Everyone Wins 🤍🤍It’s always the best day when you get to call someone and say “ YOU WON” ✨✨Some of our lovely winne...
05/14/2024

When Everyone Wins 🤍🤍
It’s always the best day when you get to call someone and say “ YOU WON” ✨✨
Some of our lovely winners from our in clinic Mother’s Day giveaway have come to pick up their local gift cards.

Thank you to everyone who entered and for the continued love and support 💖

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Be Kind This Weekend 💟Happy Mother’s Day To,Every Mother, Every Grandmother, Every Caretaker, Every Mauntie, Every Dog &...
05/11/2024

Be Kind This Weekend 💟

Happy Mother’s Day To,
Every Mother, Every Grandmother, Every Caretaker, Every Mauntie, Every Dog & Cat Mom, Every Bonus Mom & Chosen Family

To Those Who Wanted To But Were Unable To Be Mothers, The Moms In Mourning
& Children Who Have Lost Their Mothers.

We are sending all the love and compassion to everyone this weekend❣️

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The Best Visitors Have 4 Legs 🐶🐶We don’t have favourites when it comes to our amazing clients, but we’d be lying 🤥 if we...
05/10/2024

The Best Visitors Have 4 Legs 🐶🐶
We don’t have favourites when it comes to our amazing clients, but we’d be lying 🤥 if we said that surprise puppy visitors didn’t make our day that much better‼️

If you’re ever in doubt, bring the floofin’ friend 🐕🦮🐩

It’s safe to say we’re all a little jelous of the North Hill office and the puppy snuggles they had today.

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McHappy Day 🍟🍟When two things we love come together. Supporting a good cause and eating 🍦❤️Today a portion of proceeds f...
05/09/2024

McHappy Day 🍟🍟
When two things we love come together. Supporting a good cause and eating 🍦❤️

Today a portion of proceeds from all food and beverage sales at the fast-food giant will go to support Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) and other local children’s charities.

No dishes tonight, chicken nuggets for everyone‼️

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We Love a .hu.hears Info Graphic. While normalizing hearing loss, hearing aids, and hearing care is important, it’s not ...
05/08/2024

We Love a .hu.hears Info Graphic. While normalizing hearing loss, hearing aids, and hearing care is important, it’s not all rainbows and sunshine. Just like those who wear glasses or contacts may feel annoyed by the need for visual assistance and the maintenance that comes with it, those with hearing aids can also find it frustrating at times.

Let’s face it, even something as simple as making dinner every night can be frustrating, but that doesn’t mean we stop eating.

The key is to acknowledge that it’s okay to experience a range of emotions with any hunt in life 👂🏼🦻🏽

www.hearingloss.ca

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#10, 400 Crowfoot Crescent NW
Calgary, AB
T3G5H6

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 9am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 9am - 4:30pm
Thursday 9am - 4:30pm
Friday 9am - 4pm

Telephone

+14032880882

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