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Our 2019 in Numbers

Our 2019 in Numbers

2019 was our biggest year to date. We helped more people, we fitted more hearing aids, and we answered more phone calls. But at our recent end-of-year meeting when we reviewed all the key numbers, it made us realize just how much of an impact our work was having on...

What is Conductive Hearing Loss?

What is Conductive Hearing Loss?

Sound flows like water in a river. More precisely, a narrow brook. When this brook experiences blockage at one point in the stream, the water flow is hindered. Some of the water isn't able to reach its final destination. Sound works similarly to this. When there is a...

How to Get a Loved One to Consider Hearing Aids

How to Get a Loved One to Consider Hearing Aids

You wondered if your aging parent's hearing was getting worse, but now it's painfully clear. They are indeed suffering from hearing loss. Midway through a conversation that others in the home are having, grandpa chimes in loudly with a completely off the subject...

3 Things to Know About Workplace Hearing Loss

3 Things to Know About Workplace Hearing Loss

Ensuring worker safety has become a core value among businesses today. Yet one source of workplace harm gets overlooked in many cases: noise. Excessively loud work environments can lead to both short- and long-term hearing problems. For instance, according to one...

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