Workplace Hearing Loss Spans Every Industry

No matter what industry you work in, there is always a risk for noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). Hearing loss is the most common workplace condition in the United States, with 22 million Americans encountering potentially hazardous noise levels on the job.

Improving Communication In The Era Of Face Masks

Masks are useful for protecting you from the spread of COVID-19, but they’re not the best for communicating. Half of your face is covered, and speech is muffled. These factors make communication difficult for anyone, especially people with .

Questions To Ask Before Buying Hearing Aids

There’s a laundry list of things to consider when buying new hearing aids, and it can be overwhelming. Here are a few questions to ask before you make a purchase.

A Destination That Caters To All: Yosemite National Park

What started as a summer-long American Sign Language volunteer service in the late 1970s has grown into the United States’ most extensive in all its national parks.

Image of man getting hearing aidYour family and friends are the people you interact with the most, so why not bring them along to your first audiology appointment? They can provide a second pair of ears and eyes to guarantee you get the most out of your appointment.

Most audiologists also encourage family-centered care and prefer to have family members attend the first appointment. Let’s explore the benefits of bringing along a loved one to your hearing test.