How to Support a Loved One with Hearing Loss in a Nursing Home

How to Support a Loved One with Hearing Loss in a Nursing Home

How to Support a Loved One with Hearing Loss in a Nursing Home Older Americans and Hearing Loss While hearing loss is the third most common medical condition in the US, the number of older Americans who experience hearing loss is staggering. One in three older Americans (age 65 and older) experience some degree of hearing loss, while 50% of … Read More

What Happens during a Hearing Exam?

What Happens in a Hearing Exam-

What Happens during a Hearing Exam?   Congratulations! By scheduling your free hearing evaluation, you’ve taken the first step toward better hearing health. Though the word “exam” may instill nervousness, we at Hearing Aid Associates assure you that a hearing exam is nothing to be afraid of. Hearing exams are painless and simple. Our guide takes you through the entire … Read More

The Effects of Untreated Hearing Loss

Effects of Untreated Hearing Loss

The Effects of Untreated Hearing Loss Most people will recognize changes in their hearing long before they decide to seek treatment. On average, people wait seven years to schedule an appointment with a hearing specialist and take a hearing exam. There are many factors that prohibit people from seeking treatment for hearing loss, from cost to anxiety. With so many … Read More

How to Talk to a Loved One About Hearing Loss

How to Talk to a Loved OneAbout Hearing Loss

How to Talk to a Loved One About Hearing Loss   Hearing loss is an intimate and personal topic for many who face it. Often times, people struggle to find the right words to say to their loved one who is experiencing hearing loss. For most of our lives, we are conditioned to assume our skills will improve at best, … Read More

Signs of Hearing Loss

Signs of Hearing Loss

Common Signs of Hearing Loss Sense of Hearing Our sense of hearing is always on. Most of us take our hearing for granted because it is an invisible, constant companion. Hearing helps us situate ourselves within our environment and connect to people around us. On average, it takes a person seven years between the time they first notice symptoms until … Read More