Should I put my hearing aids into my drying unit year-round?

December 1, 2018 • Ask the Audiologists, Newsletter

A desiccant, or drying unit, is a great way to keep moisture from damaging the internal components of your hearing aids. Whether you use a Dri Aid jar or a Dry and Store unit, you should place your hearing aids into the drying unit every night. Some people think this maintenance is needed only during […]

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What Else Besides Hearing Aids? Other Sources of Help…

November 28, 2018 • Fall 2018, Newsletter

Hearing aids allow people with hearing loss to attend regular schools, get better jobs, stay socially active and enjoy a better quality of life.

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The Many Ways to Make a Phone Call

November 14, 2018 • Fall 2018, Newsletter

If you use an iPhone, Android phone, or iPad, there are a number of applications that allow you to see the person you’re talking with.

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Do hearing aids fix hearing loss the way eyeglasses correct vision problems?

November 1, 2018 • Ask the Audiologists, Newsletter

There are differences between hearing and vision that make the comparison between hearing aids and eyeglasses like “comparing apples and oranges”.

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The Listening Project

October 30, 2018 • Fall 2018, Newsletter

Watch this eye-opening two-minute trailer of a new documentary about the lives and experiences of 14 deaf young adults who use listening and spoken language.

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Message to Patients of Mercy Hearing Center

October 26, 2018 • News

We are accepting new patients! We provide comprehensive hearing evaluations and hearing aid fittings and service. When you need us, we’ll be here.

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Presidential Hearing: From George Washington to George Bush

October 17, 2018 • Fall 2018, Newsletter

Many American presidents have dealt with hearing loss, including several who dealt with hearing loss before help was available.

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When is it Time for New Hearing Aids?

October 3, 2018 • Fall 2018, Newsletter

With care and maintenance, most hearing aids last about five years. However, your decision to get new devices will depend on more than just age.

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Are hearing aids tax deductible?

October 1, 2018 • Ask the Audiologists, Newsletter

Yes! The cost of hearing aids is deductible as a medical expense on your federal income taxes.

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How will I pay for my new hearing aids?

September 1, 2018 • Ask the Audiologists, Newsletter

We accept insurance, cash, personal or bank check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express credit cards, and debit cards. We also offer flexible financing to qualified applicants.

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