Halloween Costume Tips For Hearing Aids

Halloween Costume Tips For Hearing Aid Users

As Halloween approaches, many people across America are beginning to plan and acquire their costume components and accessories for the big night. It’s no different for people who suffer from hearing loss. In the past, many opted to hide or not use hearing aids due to embarrassment. Fortunately, today for many who wear hearing aids,

Hearing Aid Safety Tips for Halloween

Hearing Aid Safety Tips For Halloween

Halloween is one of America’s favorite holidays; in 2022, it’s estimated that people will spend more than 10 billion dollars on decorations, costumes, and candy. As much fun as Halloween can be, hidden risks and dangers can be almost as common as face paint and jack-o-lanterns. But with proper planning and the right preparation, you can significantly increase your chances of enjoying a safe Halloween.

Hearing Aid Troubleshooting Tips

Troubleshooting Tips For Your Hearing Aid

Hearing issues affect millions of people of every age all across America. The biggest problem is that many feel disconnected and alone when the world is silent or hard to hear. The good news is that the vast majority of people who experience hearing loss have a set of hearing aids to enable them to reconnect with the world around them.

Back to School With Hearing Loss

Going Back-To-School With Hearing Loss

As the summer season ends, families begin the arduous process of returning to school. New classes, books, clothes, and a new year can be rough on even the savviest of educators and students. But, for kids going back to school with hearing loss, the stress of getting ready for the new school year can be even more challenging.

Waterlogged Hearing Aids

How to Deal With Waterlogged Hearing Aids

It can be a very rough time when your hearing aids get wet. Any liquid getting into the circuitry can create shorts and corrode metal connections. Typical first reactions to finding your device emersed in water are panic, fear, and depression. These feelings are justified because moisture in even tiny amounts is enough to damage hearing aids permanently.

Hearing Aid Travel Tips

Summertime (and Beyond) Hearing Aid Travel Tips

For many people, nothing compares to summer vacations and traveling to new and exciting places to enjoy the sights and the warmer weather. But for those who use hearing aids, the joy of travel can be quickly cut short if disaster befalls their devices. The risks for hearing aid devices while on outdoor adventures or vacations are numerous and could happen at any moment without warning.

Beach Survival Tips for Hearing Aids

Hearing Aid Survival Tips For The Beach

Summer is in full swing. It’s hot, sunny, and perfect for a day at the beach or the lake. But for those with hearing aids vacationing can be as bad as good. Heat, sand, and exposure to water are all sources of concern when it comes to hearing aids. Don’t get left out of the summer fun.

Summertime Hearing Aid Care Tips

Summertime Hearing Aid Care Tips

While summertime can be a great relief for many looking forward to outdoor activities, however, the summertime can be hard on hearing aids. Going quickly from outdoor heat to indoor air conditioning can cause all sorts of issues with hearing aid devices. This article explores the problems that can arise with hearing aids and what you can do to help keep your devices working all summer long.

Free Apps for Hearing Loss

Best Free Apps for Hearing Loss Assistance

In today’s high-tech world, the saying that there’s an app for everything becomes more true every day. With the advancement in cell phone technology, you can turn your device into any number of tools to assist those with hearing loss. Here are six of the best free apps for hearing loss to help level up your digital hearing aid assistance.

Upgrade Your Hearing Aids

When is it a Good Time to Upgrade Your Hearing Aids?

Hearing aids devices are a part of the everyday lives of millions of people worldwide. Hearing aids are highly complex, delicate, and sometimes expensive devices to replace. So it’s no surprise that the decision to acquire a new set of devices does not come easily for many. Let’s face it, hearing aid devices are made to work,