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Hear at Home is a concierge audiology practice, providing expert audiology care in the comfort of yo
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Turn your sound on for this- very interesting sound made from dropping ice down a 450 foot hole!
Another day, another person hearing clearly again with new hearing aids! It is so rewarding being an audiologist!
This is a great exercise to help us understand what it is like to live with this kind of hearing loss.
This is an unfair spelling test. Click “play” and follow the directions. This is a simulation of one type of hearing loss. The audio file also includes tips for communicating with others who have hearing loss. Let me know what you think!
Widex listening tips for better hearing
Hearing loss can sometimes make it difficult to listen in the best sound environments. Add in background noise, noisy children, loud music and other facts and it seems almost impossible. Learn more about Widex's listening tips for better hearing.
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How to hold the phone with BTE hearing aids.
Hearing aids for people without hearing loss. Call us today to learn more!
Once upon a time, only people with hearing loss wore devices in their ears. But as the “wearable tech” category expands, smart hearing devices for people without hearing loss are starting to emerge. Learn more about smart hearing devices.
In the past, a windy day meant a day without hearing aids for many people. But thanks to new Widex technology, wind doesn’t have to be a big issue for hearing aid users. Visit your hearing healthcare professional to learn more.
Widex Wind Noise Manager will allow you to keep hearing all the important sounds around you. Learn more about Widex's Wind Noise Attenuation System.
I love seeing all of the new wearable technology and am thrilled that I get to be a part of giving people the gift of hearing through wearable hearing devices!
While Fitbits, Apple Watches and Google Glass are the newest and coolest gadgets now, the world's first wearable technology is the hearing aid! Learn about hearing aids as a wearable electronic technology. Let us show you how small and powerful this discreet gadget is.
Don't just watch it. Hear it.
Widex UNIQUE hearing aids let you turn ordinary moments into unique experiences. Widex UNIQUE lets you comfortably hear more sounds wherever you are, whatever you are doing.
Enjoy Supreme Sound. Anywhere, Anytime.
Enjoy supreme sound in any environment. UNIQUE cleverly and quickly adapts automatically to any listening situation you find yourself in, no matter how complex.
A healthy diet promotes better hearing. But, it won't reverse an already-established hearing loss, so call us today to discuss your hearing needs.
A healthy diet isn't just better for your body, it's also better for your hearing!
Are you worried about how much hearing aids cost? Well, have you stopped to think about what it's costing you to NOT get them? Give us a call - we can help find the right solution for you and your budget!
The cost of getting help for your hearing is something many people worry about. But, have you ever stopped to wonder about the cost of NOT getting help when you need it?
You'll see returns from investing in Widex hearing aids!
Did you know that research shows wearing hearing aids reduces the risk of income loss? Click here to learn more reasons to invest in Widex hearing aids!
While hearing aids aren't "just for old people," it's never too late to get help for your hearing loss. 81-year old Alexandra loves her hearing aids!
Finding the right hearing solution for you isn't always just about your hearing loss. There are other factors to consider.
While the smallest hearing aids are the most discrete option, they're not the best option for everyone– especially those with dexterity issues.
Finding a professional you can trust is the best indicator of your success with new hearing aids!
Only a well-trained, experienced, hearing healthcare professional like HEAR AT HOME can ensure that you take full advantage of recent advances in the technology of hearing care. Click to learn more about why we are the best option to help you find the hearing aids that are right for you.
Change your life! Not your batteries. (Try rechargeable hearing aids!)
Hearing loss is the #1 preventable disability in the world! Do you have ear plugs?
I'm excited for the cooler weather coming our way!
Who's getting excited for the Olympics? I hope I get to watch the NBC Olympic Moments show on Saturday evening!
I was in Italy today for a hearing aid appointment. Italy, Tx, that is! If you've ever driven on I-35E between Waco and Dallas, you may remember these monolithic domes: http://www.flickr.com/photos/prescott_small/2706102184/
August 2, 2007: According to the July 2007 study, "Waking Effectiveness of Alarms for Adults who are Hard of Hearing," the typical audible signal used by smoke alarms failed to wake up 43 percent of tested subjects with mild to moderately severe hearing loss despite the fact that all were able to...
This will be a short blog. What if the laugh-at-yourself gene didn't make it into your DNA strand ?
Incidental learning through “overhearing”
occurs when children listen to speech
not directly addressed to them, yet they
learn from it. Amazingly, very young children
learn approximately 90% of the information
they acquire incidentally.
Of course, incidental learning can occur
only if children have access to overhearing
conversations that occur at a distance.17
Unfortunately, without appropriate technology,
children with hearing loss (even
“minimal” hearing loss) have reduced
incidental learning potential because
they cannot receive and perceive intelligible
speech over distances, like those
found in typical classrooms and homes. (Beck, Flexer 2011)
Keep talking to those babies! Dehaene26 reports 20,000 hours of listening are necessary in infancy and early childhood as a basis for reading.
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