Hearing Loss and Brain Health

Hearing loss can bring a lot of change to your life. But did you know that hearing loss can change the health of your brain?   Recent research, conducted over several years by Johns Hopkins University, Ohio State University, and other institutions, has revealed that hearing …

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Hearing and Brain Health

Did you know? Our ears are constantly stimulating our brains. We never turn them off, even when we sleep! A mild hearing loss can put us at risk for dementia 200% greater than someone with average hearing. Depending on the stage of hearing loss, you …

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Hearing Products

10% discount on all speech and hearing products offered to teachers, police officers, firefighters, veterans and active military personnel.

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What Is the Connection Between Hearing Loss and Anxiety?

If you suspect your hearing has gotten worse, or if you have recently been diagnosed with hearing loss, you may be feeling anxious. Anxiety, which is a persistent heightened state of alert, is normal with any stressful situation, including those related to your health and …

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Does a Tongue Tie or a Lip Tie Cause Speech Disorders?

Typically, a speech disorder co-exists with lip and/or tongue-tie. Despite years of research that have shown inconclusive results or no effects on speech production via tongue-tie release and/or lip tie release, people are still having surgery to “fix” speech impairments in children. However, research has …

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How to Read an Audiogram

By: Dr. Carrie Raz, AuD, CCC-A So, you had a hearing test done and don’t understand what the graph means. This is to help break down what it all means for you to better understand your test results. It is color coded and labeled for …

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Shopping for Hearing Aids

By: Michelle L. Saltarrelli, AuD,CCC-A/SLP Under Medicare Age? This what to look for or to stay clear from: Check insurance benefits. Most decent insurance plans will provide some assistance towards the purchase of hearing aids. Will they cover 100% maybe or maybe not, but something …

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Autism; Inconsistent Expressive Skills

Why is my child with Autism inconsistent with their expressive skills? We see so many children in our clinic who have received a diagnosis of Autism, but for each child that means something different. For one child, this means they can’t quite ‘read the room’ …

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