Vine 2 Wine and Advanced Audiology Giving Back to Santa Clarita Advanced Audiology has continually supported Circle of Hope in Santa Clarita , a local nonprofit organization. Audiologist Nola Aronson lent her support to the organization, helping those dealing with cancer. Circle of Hope Inc. provides emotional, financial, and educational support to those diagnosed with cancer. 100% of donations and proceeds
Understanding Hearing Loss and Hearing Screenings Around 37 million people suffer from hearing loss, and that number grows yearly. Common kinds of hearing losses are caused by nerve damage, ear drum damage, fluid or wax in the middle ear, or even a broken bone. Hearing loss in Santa Clarita can be can be evaluated at Advanced Audiology, the largest hearing
Nola Aronson and the staff at Advanced Audiology are introducing a brand new technology designed to help make it easier than ever for those with hearing loss to watch television. Called Hypersound, the FDA-approved medical device can be programmed to suit a specific individual’s hearing loss, amplifying the sound for that particular person without raising the actual volume on the
Nola Aronson of Advanced Audiology strives to change her patients’ lives by improving their hearing in ways they may not have thought was possible. “There’s lots of different things that people can do,” Aronson said, “and that’s what we like to do– we like to change people’s lives..." Full Article: Santa Clarita Audiologist Strives to 'Change Lives' by Improving Hearing
With the holiday season well underway, the staff at Advanced Audiology are offering free hearing tests in Santa Clarita doctor’s offices– as well as in their own office –in an effort to prevent feelings of isolation and loneliness commonly felt by those with untreated hearing loss. Full Article: Advanced Audiology Offering Free Hearing Tests in Santa Clarita Doctor's Offices
Santa Clarita audiologist Nola Aronson of Advanced Audiology will demonstrate a brand new technology that offers a unique solution for hearing loss at an open house event. Set for Dec. 8-10 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Aronson and her staff will be demonstrating Widex’s new line of Unique hearing aids that have been “trained” to reduce background noise and
Do you often find yourself straining to understand conversations when there’s lots of background noise? Or perhaps the wind is a nuisance when you’re out on the golf course. Sitting outside at a café and trying to talk with a friend while traffic whizzes by? Forget about it. What if there was a piece of technology that could change that?
There’s a tremendous reward in knowing that what you do can make a difference in someone’s life. For 30 years, I’ve been dedicated to serving the community as an audiologist because I’ve seen time and again the difference that’s made in people’s lives when they can hear and communicate clearly. I believe in doing what we can to make our
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 .