Looking for products or services for a hearing problem? Here you’ll find sound information about hearing aids, self-fitting/OTC hearing devices, PSAPs, implants, tinnitus solutions and more.
Best practices in hearing healthcare have become a big issue. The reason is best practices are highly correlated with better patient outcomes and high levels of customer satisfaction. Here is a description of the most important components of Best Practices in a hearing aid fitting
Communication in the workplace can be extremely challenging for people with hearing loss. Here are 10 strategies for hearing-impaired people in an office setting.
BTEs, ITEs, CICs, ITCs, bone-conduction aids, CROs aids, telecoils—the list goes on and on. Here is a handy “cheat sheet” for understanding the various types, styles, and options in hearing aids and amplification devices.
There lots of different products that can help you hear well. This article provides you with the basics on the different kinds of hearing solutions that are available, including definitions for hearing aids, personal sound amplification products (PSAPS), and OTC/DIY hearing devices.
Hearing aid recruitment and hyperacusis may be two different things, but both can make loud sounds seem REALLY LOUD, particularly for people with hearing loss and/or tinnitus.
“Open fit” and “Closed fit” hearing aids refer to how completely the hearing aid earmold seals the ear canal and stops natural “external” sound from mixing with the processed/amplified sound from the hearing aid receiver. This article looks at open- and closed-fit hearing aids, and also discusses the age-old problems of hearing aid feedback (squealing) and occlusion (how your own voice sounds).
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