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Over 10,000 lives transformed
since 1996 in Silicon Valley

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Hearing Aids Tailored To Your Life!

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Over 10,000 lives transformed
since 1996 in Silicon Valley

Los Gatos, CA, Audiology Blog

Why Pretending to Hear Doesn’t Help

Why Pretending to Hear Doesn’t Help

Do you find yourself struggling to keep up with conversations in social settings or environments with background noise? If you’re having a tough time keeping up with what others are saying, pretending to hear and going along with the conversation may seem like an easy...

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Ways to Accommodate Your Loved Ones with Hearing Loss

Ways to Accommodate Your Loved Ones with Hearing Loss

With over 48 million people, or 1 in 6, having some degree of hearing loss - you likely have a loved one who lives with impared hearing. Hearing loss can be challenging to navigate. It often requires extra effort to engage in conversations, spend time with others, and...

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Musicians & Hearing Loss

Musicians & Hearing Loss

Noise exposure is one of the most common causes of hearing loss. Musicians are especially vulnerable to developing noise induced hearing loss as a result of excessive noise absorption. In fact, studies show that musicians can be up to 4 times more likely to experience...

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All About Digital Hearing Aids

All About Digital Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are incredibly savvy pieces of technology that provide ample hearing support. These electronic devices are the most common way that hearing loss is treated, a medical condition that impacts over 48 million people. Like most electronic devices today,...

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Difficulties with Communication Could Signal a Hearing Loss

Difficulties with Communication Could Signal a Hearing Loss

Do you have a hard time keeping up with a conversation you’re having in a restaurant? Or do you find yourself saying “huh” or “what” in response to what others are saying? These are common signs of hearing loss, a chronic medical condition that reduces one’s ability...

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Dealing with Noise Pollution in Your Neighborhood

Dealing with Noise Pollution in Your Neighborhood

We are exposed to different types of noise at varying levels throughout the day. We often normalize noise without realizing that it poses a subtle risk to hearing health. Noise pollution describes everyday noises that can be harmful to one’s hearing. From traffic, to...

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Connecting People | May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

Connecting People | May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

This May is Better Hearing and Speech Month -  a month that focuses on hearing health. Organized by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), this campaign raises awareness about hearing loss and the importance of treatment. Hearing loss is one of the...

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Brain Exercises Could Help You Hear in Noisy Places

Brain Exercises Could Help You Hear in Noisy Places

Do you find yourself struggling to keep up with conversations in noisier places like restaurants? Is saying “huh” or “what” in response to what others are saying common for you? Or do you ever pretend to hear in social settings to avoid sharing your hearing loss? ...

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Protect Your Ears at Your Favorite Sporting Events

Protect Your Ears at Your Favorite Sporting Events

There are more opportunities to attend sporting events as more things continue to open up during the pandemic. While this is exciting and many look forward to cheering on their favorite teams or spending time with loved ones at a game, sporting events can be tough on...

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How to Assist Students Who are Hard of Hearing

How to Assist Students Who are Hard of Hearing

Hearing loss can affect students in a variety of ways. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, 15% of school-age children and teens (ages 6-19) have some degree of hearing loss. Impaired hearing reduces a person’s capacity to...

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