It was an easy decision for trusted community audiologist Nola Aronson to lend her support to a nonprofit organization helping those dealing with cancer in the Santa Clarita Valley: She knows the importance of their work. Aronson’s firm, Advanced Audiology, was the title sponsor for last Saturday’s annual Afternoon Tea hosted at the Tournament Players Club by Circle of Hope,
Santa Clarita audiologist Nola Aronson of Advanced Audiology recently helped support the nonprofit Circle of Hope, which offers assistance to those dealing with cancer in the SCV, by sponsoring the organization’s annual Afternoon Tea held Oct. 10. Read the full story on www.hometownstation.com by clicking here .
Advanced Audiology hearing specialist Nola Aronson recently shared the benefits of free hearing screenings, including how they can improve communication between spouses and family members, on KHTS AM-1220’s “The Senior Hour.” Read the full story on www.hometownstation.com by clicking here .
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Santa Clarita audiologist Nola Aronson of Advanced Audiology will donate a portion of her sales of hearing aids to the local nonprofit Circle of Hope throughout the month of October. Read the full story on www.hometownstation.com by clicking here .
On the latest “Senior Hour” on KHTS AM-1220 featuring audiologist Nola Aronson of Advanced Audiology, the discussion centered around looking at hearing aids realistically and the variety of ways they can improve your life. Read the full story on www.hometownstation.com by clicking here .
Santa Clarita hearing expert Nola Aronson of Advanced Audiology sat down on KHTS AM-1220’s “Senior Hour” recently to discuss why trusting your hearing care to an audiologist is better than going to a big name store. Read the full story on www.hometownstation.com by clicking here .
I’ve been doing business as an audiologist in Santa Clarita Valley for about 30 years, and in that time I’ve seen the power of giving back and how it benefits the community. From its close-knight, small-town feel to its vibrant network of nonprofit organizations, the SCV is a caring community of people who look out for one another. This is
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“I’ll deal with it later.” How many of us use that response for any number of situations in life? In some instances, the consequences may be minor or non-existent, but in others there may be truly serious, negative outcomes. Take, for example, hearing loss. For many people, it can be easy to shrug off the early signs of minor hearing
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