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Instead of searching for the answers you need about hearing loss and hearing aids, you can find the information you’re looking for in one convenient place. Audio Help Hearing Centers is committed to providing the latest content to improve your hearing experience. We will work to provide regular updates to give you the most accurate hearing health information.

How Do I Discuss My Loved One’s Hearing Loss?

Hearing loss can be a sensitive subject, especially if your loved one does not wish to address it. But it’s a meaningful conversation that will benefit everyone in the long run. Here are some ideas for starting up “the talk” about hearing loss. Offer Your Support It’s easier to discuss with someone when you know […]

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Pros And Cons Of OTC Hearing Aids

For a fraction of the price, you may think over-the-counter hearing aids are the cost-effective solution to your hearing loss. While they have their advantages, it’s also essential to understand the shortcomings that accompany these hearing devices. Pro: Easily Accessible Hearing Aids OTC hearing aids are relatively less expensive compared to hearing aids acquired through […]

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WIDEX MOMENT™ FIRMWARE UPDATE

At Widex, the primary goal is to support both Hearing Healthcare Professionals and hearing aid wearers as much as possible. As such, we are excited to provide updates to Widex MOMENT™ hearing aids directly through the Widex MOMENT™ app. This process will allow Widex to make enhancements to Widex MOMENT™ hearing aids without the hearing […]

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How Hearing Loss Impacts Assisted Living Residents

Hearing loss can make communication even more difficult you or your loved one live in assisted living. A facility that supports the deaf and hard of hearing will support emotional, physical, and social well-being. Communicating With Hearing Loss In Assisted Living Approximately 60% of assisted living and memory care residents have hearing loss. Effective communication […]

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What Improved Hearing Aid Satisfaction Means For You

Hearing aids are doing more than ever before. Wearers experience higher levels of hearing aid satisfaction thanks to design, style, and functional upgrades.   The far-reaching implications of improved satisfaction mean you can hear and interact better. And social interaction is key to your health and well-being.   Hearing Aid Improvements Improved reception: Today’s hearing […]

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