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How a Hearing Assistance Dog Can Help You

A dog is a man’s best friend, so the saying goes, but for many decades dogs have been helping people who are blind, deaf, and in need of service navigate the world. For people who are hard of hearing, a hearing assistance dog helps keep their humans safe from harm that they might not be aware of in their home or help them during loud social gatherings. Having a hearing assistance dog in your life can help you live more independently and have confidence in life.

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How to Handle Sudden, Temporary Hearing Loss

Anyone can suffer from temporary hearing loss. It can happen at any time and for any number of reasons. Most people experience it after being exposed to loud noises or have a cold. Usually, the temporary hearing loss goes away within a day or two, but if it doesn’t, you should seek professional help.

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Widex Remote Care™ - hearing care from home

Now you can receive hearing care from the comforts of your home with the new Remote Care™ app. All you need is smartphone and Widex hearing aids. Learn more about this amazing new capability and how Sound Hearing Care can help you or a loved one no matter where they are!

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How an Educational Audiologist Can Help Your Hearing-Impaired Child

As a parent or caregiver, you want the very best for your child and to see them happy in life. Now that a new school year is beginning, it is vital to make sure your child is set up for a successful year of school. As you cross things off your back-to-school to-do lists such as haircuts, new clothes, and doctor’s appointments, make sure you find the services of an educational audiologist for your hearing-impaired child.

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Chocolate – Can it Help Prevent Hearing Loss and Tinnitus?

Is it possible that something delicious like chocolate can help prevent hearing loss and tinnitus? Researchers in Korea may have discovered this fantastic new fact. After completing a study of 3, 575 people between the ages of 40 and 64, the researchers were astounded to find that people who regularly ate chocolate had significantly lower hearing loss.

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Celebrate World Hearing Day on March 3

World Hearing Day is held each year on March 3 to raise awareness on how to prevent hearing loss, tinnitus, deafness, and how to care for your ears. The Office of Prevention of Blindness and Deafness of the World Health Organization (WHO) creates a campaign each year to share information and awareness about hearing loss and how to improve hearing care.

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Could Widex Custom be the hearing aid you’ve been looking for?

Are you looking for hearing aids that fit your ear so perfectly that you won’t even notice that you are wearing them? At Sound Hearing Care, we have the perfect solution for you! Widex Custom is the perfect hearing aid for every ear shape and size because it is made to fit your ear exactly! Learn more about this amazing new hearing aid technology.

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Widex Evoke – the smart hearing aid that makes your life easier!

Wouldn’t it be amazing if a hearing aid could adapt to each unique social setting and could enhance your listening experience? Widex Evoke is designed to do just that—it evolves as you and others use it. Learn how this amazing technology is making the lives of Sound Hearing Care patients easier!

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Tips to Help Family and Friends with Hearing Loss Enjoy the Holidays

The holidays are a time to enjoy the company of family, friends, and coworkers. Many gatherings include a lot of people at parties hosted in houses, restaurants, and banquet halls. This can trigger stress for people with hearing loss because of the difficulty hearing conversations, and can also cause people to struggle communicating during social engagements.

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Using Hearing Aids During the Busy Holiday Travel Season

Do you wear hearing aids & plan to travel a lot this holiday season? The holiday season is one of the busiest times for travel. Visiting family or friends far away is a top priority so you can spend time with loved ones for the holidays. Unfortunately, traveling does come with some risks for people with hearing issues, but there are things you can do to minimize your exposure.

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Alzheimer’s and The Hearing Loss Connection

More than five million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s. It’s a devastating and heartbreaking disease. Those who have watched a family member or friend lose them selves to it know this all to well. Learn about the symptoms and the connection between Alzheimers and hearing loss in this blog post.

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Poor School Performance for Children is Linked to Hearing Loss

Is your child currently performing poorly at school? When poor school performance is mentioned it is often linked with behavioral issues or learning disabilities, such as ADD and ADHD. Children who have even a slight loss of hearing are at risk of falling behind by one to four grade levels when compared to their peers that have no hearing loss. Learn more about how hearing loss can affect your child’s performance at school.

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