Can You Hear That Bell?

Time to Head Back-to-School… And Learn about Hearing Better! We all know the sound of a ringing 🔔 bell is meant to attract attention. We remember from school, years ago, that it’s a call to class and to remind us of the importance of learning. It’s also a signal for the start of a new regimen, and can serve as a wake-up …

Communicating with Hard of Hearing Loved Ones

Communicating With Hard of Hearing Loved Ones

Approximately 48 million Americans have some form of hearing loss and by age 65, one in three people has difficulty hearing. Untreated hearing loss can negatively affect a person’s physical and emotional health as well as their ability to socialize, do well in school and at work, and enjoy their leisure time. May is National Better Speech and Hearing Month …

Treating Hearing Loss Improves Your Relationships

Treating Hearing Loss Improves Your Relationships

Imagine an ideal day spent with your significant other. What activities would you do together? Would the day involve exploring a new city, hosting a gathering of friends and family, taking a long walk or simply snuggling with a movie and popcorn at home? Now imagine a difficult day: one of you has gotten some bad news, is sick, or …

Custom Hearing Solutions - Great Things to Hear This Holiday Season in Omaha

Great Things to Hear This Holiday Season in Omaha

Take your little ones to the Omaha Children’s Museum this month to catch a bit of Santa’s Magic: an enchanting winter wonderland populated with friendly characters such as the Snow Queen, Holly the Elf, and Santa Claus himself. With snow indoors and a personalized chat with Santa, your kids can share their Christmas wishes (professional photos printed for purchase). With …

How Hearing Aids Improve Your Relationships

How Hearing Aids Improve Your Relationships

As social creatures, we understand that healthy communication is at the foundation of our relationships. Through communication, we share our inner worlds with each other. We share stories, anecdotes, jokes, and have important discussions through communication. Most of us understand that maintaining relationships takes work, and communication is a fundamental part of this work. When our channels of communication deteriorate, …

Tips For The Holidays With Hearing Loss

Tips for the Holidays with Hearing Loss

The holidays are upon us, and while it’s mostly a magical time to reconnect with family, friends, and loved ones, it can also be stressful for those of us who experience hearing loss. From holiday travel to holiday festivities, we’ve got tips to help you through the holidays. If you use traditional hearing aid batteries, make sure you’ve got extras …

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Talking to a Loved One About Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is the third most common medical condition in the United States, affecting 48 million Americans. For older Americans, age 65 and above, one in three people experience some degree of hearing loss. The prevalence of this condition means that most of us know someone who has hearing loss, or who is in the process of gradually developing hearing …