2012 Newsletter Archive

Winter 2012

Good Things Come in Small Packages
People continue to be amazed at the tiny size of today’s hearing instruments. But good things do come in small packages!

Are You Prepared for Emergencies?
Tornadoes, thunderstorms, snowstorms and power outages—thankfully, these are rare occurrences.  Whatever the emergency, communication is a key ingredient for coping with emergency situations.

Don’t Create Obstacles to Good Hearing
Many people often put self-imposed obstacles in the way of good hearing. Have you created any of these barriers for yourself?

Hearing Better All The Time
Some people only use their hearing aids “when they have to,” such as when they’re with a group of people or in a noisy place.  But the people who are most comfortable and who receive the most benefit from their hearing aids are the ones who use them full-time.

The Tale of Mr. Jones and Mr. Smith
Mr. Jones and Mr. Smith, two golfing buddies, both have hearing loss.  Mr. Jones’ loss is more severe than that of his friend Mr. Smith, but he actually hears better and has fewer hearing difficulties than his golf pal.

Tinnitus Help
Tinnitus is the ringing or buzzing sounds that a person hears when no outside sound is actually present. It can be a disturbing and upsetting phenomenon.