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Stop Pretending and Start Hearing! Schedule a Hearing Test Today
11/02/2022

Stop Pretending and Start Hearing! Schedule a Hearing Test Today

Imagine you are out with a group of friends, and you have a conversation with someone new in the group. Initially, the conversation starts well, and you can follow the basics, like their name and ... Read More

Prevalence of Hearing Loss Among Musicians
11/02/2022

Prevalence of Hearing Loss Among Musicians

Iggy Pop from The Stooges, Peter Townshend from The Who, and Brian Johnson from AC/DC are all names associated with rock ‘n’ roll. All of them have talked publicly about their hearing loss and the ... Read More

How Far Have We Come with Hearing Technology
11/02/2022

How Far Have We Come with Hearing Technology

Hearing aid technology has improved tremendously in recent years and is constantly being redesigned to fit more smoothly into our everyday lives. They have gotten more discrete, yet they still include elements that help us ... Read More

Reasons to Update Your Hearing Aids
11/02/2022

Reasons to Update Your Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are the finest investment we can make to enhance our lives for those with hearing loss. Consider the first time your hearing aids were installed and the instant clarity and amplification of sounds ... Read More

Communication Obstacles Can Be a Sign of Hearing Loss
10/04/2022

Communication Obstacles Can Be a Sign of Hearing Loss

Have you ever had trouble hearing in very noisy places? You might be able to talk to someone when it’s quiet, but you might not be able to understand what they’re saying when there’s a ... Read More

Getting Acquainted To Your Hearing Aids
10/04/2022

Getting Acquainted To Your Hearing Aids

Despite popular misconceptions, hearing aids don’t work the same way as glasses. Losing your hearing is gradual, and regaining those sounds takes time. So getting used to your hearing aid can take a while. You ... Read More

How Treating Hearing Loss Can Help Support Your Mental Health
10/04/2022

How Treating Hearing Loss Can Help Support Your Mental Health

Although hearing loss is commonly associated with aging, it affects people of all ages in vast numbers. And with hearing loss comes many mental health risks, especially if the hearing loss is left untreated. A ... Read More

Common Questions about Hearing Loss
10/04/2022

Common Questions about Hearing Loss

If you or someone you care about has trouble hearing, you may have some questions about hearing loss. Have you noticed any changes in your hearing or started to find it hard to understand what ... Read More

Why You Should Update to Rechargeable Hearing Aids
09/28/2022

Why You Should Update to Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Is the hype around rechargeable hearing aids justified? In a nutshell, yes. As a hearing aid user, you’ve likely gone through several batteries over the years. Disposable batteries are tiny and only last briefly before ... Read More

Why You Should Schedule a Hearing Test for World Alzheimer& #8217;s Month
09/01/2022

Why You Should Schedule a Hearing Test for World Alzheimer& #8217;s Month

This month, let’s take a moment to talk about Alzheimer’s disease, which affects many people directly or through someone they care about. This is the most common type of dementia, a more general term for ... Read More

Healthy Communication with Your Family
09/01/2022

Healthy Communication with Your Family

About 48 million Americans have hearing loss; by age 65, one in three has trouble hearing. Hearing loss that isn’t treated can hurt a person’s physical and mental health and ability to make friends, do ... Read More

Assisting Students Who are Hard of Hearing
09/01/2022

Assisting Students Who are Hard of Hearing

Learning at school can be challenging for any student, but the problems can be even more numerous for a child with hearing loss. Even if a child doesn’t have an IEP (Individualized Education Plan), teachers ... Read More

A Link between Fatigue & #038; Hearing Loss
09/01/2022

A Link between Fatigue & #038; Hearing Loss

Work and social life can be hard on your health, but if you feel more tired at the end of the day than you think you should, even if you’re otherwise healthy, you might want ... Read More

Daily Activities That Could Harm Your Hearing
09/01/2022

Daily Activities That Could Harm Your Hearing

Hearing loss is usually associated with older Americans, but did you know that younger people also lose their hearing at a higher rate? Hearing loss is the third most common health problem in the U.S. ... Read More

Exercise, Diet, Sleep, and Hearing Can Affect Your Brain& #8217;s Aging Process
08/01/2022

Exercise, Diet, Sleep, and Hearing Can Affect Your Brain& #8217;s Aging Process

How much do you know about the health of your brain? Your brain ages slowly over time, just like every other body part. But there are a few things that can speed up the aging ... Read More

Ways to Protect Your Hearing
08/01/2022

Ways to Protect Your Hearing

You’ve heard it a thousand times but it bears repeating: Prevention is better than the cure when it comes to health. People can live longer and healthier lives by taking care of their health. People ... Read More

Age-Related Hearing Loss is Often Undertreated
08/01/2022

Age-Related Hearing Loss is Often Undertreated

Hearing loss can be a strain, not just for the person who can’t hear but also for their friends and family. Hearing loss affects all your relationships, from the once-a-week friends you see at the ... Read More

What is Sudden Hearing Loss
08/01/2022

What is Sudden Hearing Loss

Most permanent hearing loss happens slowly over time. It can be caused by getting older, exposure to loud noise for a long time, or a combination of both. Explosively loud sounds can also damage your ... Read More

Safety Tips for People with Hearing Loss
07/29/2022

Safety Tips for People with Hearing Loss

As we age, we worry most about staying safe at home. Even though most of our worries are unfounded, taking a few simple precautions is a smart way to prepare for a potentially dangerous situation. ... Read More

Avoiding Sounds Harmful to Your Hearing
07/29/2022

Avoiding Sounds Harmful to Your Hearing

When you think of people who have trouble hearing, you might think of older adults. Most people who live long enough to be seniors will have hearing loss. There are a lot of people in ... Read More

Why You Should Treat Bilateral Hearing Loss with Two Hearing Aids
07/02/2022

Why You Should Treat Bilateral Hearing Loss with Two Hearing Aids

One question we frequently get is if one hearing aid can provide the same benefits as two hearing aids. While a single hearing aid can improve sound quality, it cannot do some of the more ... Read More

Monitoring Your Daily Exposure to Noise
07/02/2022

Monitoring Your Daily Exposure to Noise

It’s no surprise that noise can damage your hearing. The louder the noise, the shorter the time you can safely listen to it. Even at low levels over a long period, noise can cause permanent ... Read More

Understanding Your Hearing Aids
07/02/2022

Understanding Your Hearing Aids

It can be exhilarating to get hearing aids for the first time. You know there are sounds you haven’t heard in years, and you’re excited to have a social life and quickly understand what people ... Read More

What is Single-Sided Hearing Loss and its Causes?
07/02/2022

What is Single-Sided Hearing Loss and its Causes?

Nearly 50 million people in the U.S. have hearing loss, which significantly impacts them and their loved ones. If you can’t hear well, you can’t fully participate in social events or even have a clear ... Read More

All About Hearing Aid Compatible Assistive Listening Devices
07/02/2022

All About Hearing Aid Compatible Assistive Listening Devices

Hearing aids can help improve speech comprehension in noisy environments, but there are some situations where an assistive listening device will help. An assistive listening device (ALD) is any device that’s designed to improve your ... Read More

The Possible Link Between Exercise and Reduced Risk for Hearing Loss
07/02/2022

The Possible Link Between Exercise and Reduced Risk for Hearing Loss

Regular exercise has benefits for people of all ages. Besides boosting our mood, keeping our heart healthy, managing blood sugar levels, and keeping our weight down and our muscles strong, the effects of an exercise ... Read More

Treating Hearing Loss Can Help Prevent Falls & #038; Accidents
06/02/2022

Treating Hearing Loss Can Help Prevent Falls & #038; Accidents

It becomes more important than ever to stay fit and healthy as we get older. Maintaining your sense of balance is crucial, especially once you approach retirement. Unfortunately, many seniors are hospitalized every year for ... Read More

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44349 Lowtree Avenue, Suite 106
Lancaster, CA
93534

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

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(661) 874-4088

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