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Do’s and don’ts of getting hearing aids
Posted by William & Dianne Earle on December 20, 2018
Getting hearing aids is a big decision and a smart investment towards your future quality of life. Before you make the decision, consider these tips to help ensure you get the best hearing aids for your needs. Do’s 1. Do speak with a hearing professional about situations you want to hear and communicate in better. 2. Do bring a third party or significant...
Do’s and don’ts of communicating in a busy environment
Posted by William & Dianne Earle on December 11, 2018
Hearing aids are amazing! But even people with normal hearing can sometimes struggle in loud environments. If you find yourself in a busy environment, these tips can help. Do’s 1. Do look at the people you are speaking with. We all use visual cues whether we realize it or not. 2. Do try to situate yourself in good lighting to see everyone’s face. 3....
How do you say, “It’s also an ear-worn language translator”?
Posted by William & Dianne Earle on November 20, 2018
Introduced less than two months ago, Livio AI hearing aids are already changing how people think of and use hearing aids. Why? Because Livio AI is the first multi-purpose hearing device that not only sounds better than other hearing aids out there, it also let you track your brain and body health, stream music, phone calls and more from your smartphone, and...
The connection between diabetes and hearing loss
Posted by William & Dianne Earle on November 14, 2018
The relationship between hearing loss and diabetes has long been debated. But research now concludes that hearing loss is more prevalent in adults with diabetes. One research study included data from participants ranging in age from 20 to 69. Important information they found: People with diabetes were 2x more likely to have hearing loss than people without. ...
You can now fine-tune your hearing aids from anywhere
Posted by William & Dianne Earle on October 19, 2018
With our new telehealth program, Hearing Care Anywhere, Livio™ AI hearing aid wearers can request minor adjustments to their hearing aids from their hearing care professional — without needing to make an appointment or stop into their office. Hearing Care Anywhere is convenient, and it’s easy to use If you’re a hearing aid wearer, you know...
Stream Like Never Before with Three New Wireless Accessories
Posted by William & Dianne Earle on September 14, 2018
Designed to provide universal connectivity and greater streaming capabilities, three new wireless hearing aid accessories from Starkey Hearing Technologies work with Livio AI hearing aids to help you engage with the world around you. The TV While the Thrive Hearing app also enables direct streaming of audio, music and more with Livio AI hearing aids, we know...
Introducing A Hearing Revolution - Livio AI Hearing Aids
Posted by William & Dianne Earle on September 07, 2018
A hearing revolution has arrived. Brand-new from Starkey® Hearing Technologies comes the world’s first healthable hearing aid with integrated sensors and artificial intelligence. Able to track brain and body health, Livio™ AI puts your hearing health in your hands via a new mobile app – the Thrive™ Hearing app – and a suite of new...
What’s the difference between a cochlear implant and a hearing aid?
Posted by William & Dianne Earle on August 17, 2018
Q: What’s the difference between a cochlear implant and a hearing aid? A: Cochlear implants and hearing aids are both medical devices used to treat sensorineural hearing loss, the most common type of hearing loss. While both devices treat hearing loss, hearing aids are much more common than cochlear implants. Hearing aids are used to successfully treat...
Understanding your hearing aid batteries life-span
Posted by William & Dianne Earle on August 01, 2018
One of the most annoying things that can happen with hearing aids is when you hear the tinny voice say “Low Battery.” But a lot of factors play into how quickly your hearing aid batteries are used. The quality of your hearing aid batteries can affect a lot of things: how long the batteries last before needing to be changed, the overall performance of...
Age-related hearing loss is expected to increase
Posted by Exploits Hearing Aid Center on May 01, 2018
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that the older we get, the more likely it is we’ll lose our hearing. It’s just one by-product of living a long, fulfilling life (along with fading eyesight, weakened muscles, wisdom, experience…). That doesn’t lessen the shock of this statistic by the World Health Organization. Five times more likely...
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