The Frustration Of Hearing Aid Down

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If hearing aids are your lifeline to the world, you get what a pain it is when one goes down. When both go down at the same time, it’s a tragedy. If this happens to someone you care about, be prepared to step up. Frustration is the polite description of…

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Welcome Accessibility

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If you’re a return visitor to our website, you may have noticed the crazy color and layout changes that have been happening multiple times a day.   Gary’s eyesight has made reading more difficult not only here, but on a lot of online sites he likes to visit. Web accessibility…

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Hearing Loss And The Movies

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Technology has made settling in on the couch watching a good movie inviting for those with hearing loss. But honestly, some films are just meant to be enjoyed on the big screen. Gary’s hearing loss continues to worsen. He no longer understands the dialog on television without closed-captioning enabled. Background…

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Testing, Testing, Hope

Test Hope

The Whirlwind Test Tour We’ve been doing the whirlwind testing tour with our many specialists these past few weeks. Not only was it time for our quarterly neurology follow-up but we found ourselves eagerly waiting for the first MRI and hearing tests since starting on Ferriprox this past year. Our…

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Whole New Ballgame: ReSound Linx²

The two-week update on the ReSound Linx² hearing aids The question most asked, “Do you still like the new hearing aids?” Short answer, yes. But there are so many features we’ve just barely scratched the surface. Classified as Smart Hearing Aids, they can be set to work in tandem with your smartphone…

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A Very Good Day

Sensorneural Hearing Loss

 Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss Phantom smells and worsening hearing were the first inklings something was wrong. Our first ENT (Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist) decided the smell problems were the result of some past sinus infection. Gary’s hearing loss issues were probably environmental from his military service as a jet engine…

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