Acquiring Hearing Aids

Acquiring Hearing Aids

You realized that you have had hearing difficulty for longer than you will admit.  Persuaded by family members, friends, or your family physician, you have your hearing checked.  Your private practice audiologist reviews the results and recommendations.  It is...
I Care About Better Hearing

I Care About Better Hearing

For almost three decades I have advised every patient to get their hearing checked annually.  Many do.  Most do not.  Some never do.  Why should I care? Let me make this relative to you.  Sure, there are people in other walks of life that don’t care about a lot of...
The COVID-19 Dilemma: Protection versus Hearing

The COVID-19 Dilemma: Protection versus Hearing

With the occurrence of coronavirus in late 2019 (COVID-19) and subsequent Worldwide pandemic spread, we have been confronted with learning the history of progression and steps to protect ourselves while living our daily lives. We know the disease arose from Wuhan,...
This is Your Moment

This is Your Moment

For better or worse, our lives change in an instant. Whether those changes are something we make or have been thrust upon us, we adapt and move forward. These moments can be a new life, a death, an accident, a planned move, a new venture, unexpected news, or an idea....
Free

Free

One of the many definitions in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary for the word free is of no cost or charge. I used to say the only thing that is free is air. However, we pay for clean air through our taxes. Now, we may safely presume the only free thing in life is bad...
Does Your Hearing Spark Joy

Does Your Hearing Spark Joy

Those of you who subscribe to Netflix may have discovered a new show entitled Tidying Up With Marie Kondo. The basic premise is to examine your home and possessions to bring order to what you have, cast off those items no longer wanted or required, and retain the...