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While people currently tend to use their smartphones and earbuds to listen to music, Bluetooth headsets to talk on the phone and activity tracker bracelets to count their steps, Aronson noted that the latest hearing devices can do all of these and more. “Hearing devices now are really what you call ‘wearables,’ so they not only take care of your

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“Nola made a contribution to Bella Vida for a room where the activities and volunteer coordinators will be, and that room will help to make sure that the services that we provide are done much more efficiently,” said Dr. Gene Dorio, who co-hosts the show with Barbara Cochran. “We thank you for that, Nola. (It’s) one of the many, many

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First, a private practice audiologist like Aronson has to complete at least eight years of schooling, with an additional four years of post-graduate training required to become a doctor of audiology, according to Aronson. “It’s a lot of time and education spent, and money, so why would we have audiologists if anybody could just do the job?” said Aronson, who

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Nola Aronson of Advanced Audiology noted that a common reason why people avoid having their hearing loss treated is because they believe they are “too young” for hearing devices, but that this is simply not true. “That is such a myth,” Aronson said. “Hearing loss can start at birth, so age cannot be related because it can occur at any

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If you have a friend or loved one suffering from hearing loss, they are not alone. Around 36 million Americans have some form of hearing impairment. Unfortunately, broaching the subject with people can be a delicate matter. You do not want to hurt their feelings or their pride. In most cases, someone with hearing loss is in self-denial of the problem. 

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Bluetooth Streaming Technology For Hearing Aids Unlike eyeglasses, hearing aids still haven’t been fully embraced by modern society, and the technology associated with traditional hearing aids is archaic, at best. But times are changing, and new technology is allowing many of us to marry form and function, giving us the technology we want in the devices that we need the

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Mild hearing loss is generally not considered a disability. But you are eligible for Social Security disability benefits if your hearing loss is drastic. Both ears should have the same or near the same reduced hearing ability. If you have decent hearing in one ear, then you will not qualify for benefits. In order to qualify, the Social Security Administration

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There are many different types of hearing aids that are available on the market, with advanced technology to improve the lives of those with a hearing impairment. Advanced Audiology is Santa Clarita’s expert on hearing solutions , with a wealth of knowledge about the top aids in the industry. As technology levels increase, hearing aids become more automatic and have

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Can Lost Hearing Be Restored? Hearing loss can be frustrating, and it can become more of an issue as you get older. Hearing loss can not be fully restored, but there are ways to improve the situation. While many look for a way to have their hearing restored, such as hearing aids or medication, others turn to quick hacks that

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Wearing Hearing Aids for the First Time Wearing hearing aids for the first time can present a few challenges. At first, it can feel uncomfortable having these in your ears. The way you process noise on a daily basis is bound to change. Thankfully, there are certain steps you can take to make your experience with them a bit more

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