New to Autumn Oak! Cognitive Testing

Cognivue and Studies to support brain and hearing health Autumn Oak is introducing another innovative way to preserve hearing and brain health to our patients. Every patient will undergo a 5-7 minute cognitive screening using Cognivue before vestibular and hearing evaluations. Cognivue will provide us …

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Gift of Hearing

Hear for the New Year! Give the gift of hearing by nominating a loved one for a chance to gift them a pair of FREE Hearing Aids! Autumn Oak is teaming up with ReSound to give away 2 pairs of free hearing aids to people …

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Speech Delays

Speech delays can be frustrating and overwhelming for both children and parents. However, with the help of speech therapy, children can make significant improvements in their speech and communication skills. Speech therapy involves the use of various techniques and exercises to improve a child’s ability …

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The Link Between Vestibular Dysfunction and Dizziness

Living with persistent dizziness or imbalance can have profound impacts on your daily activities and overall quality of life. Rather than dismissing these symptoms, it is crucial to seek the expertise of an audiologist who can help uncover the root cause. One potential culprit behind …

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Debunking Common Breastfeeding Myths

Debunking Common Breastfeeding Myths Smaller breasts make less milk Breast size is unrelated to the amount of milk that is produced. Glandular and fat tissue in the breast does not influence the number or size of the milk ducts. If your breasts are significantly different …

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Meet our Lactation Counselors

What is a CLC (Certified Lactation Counselor) /CLCs at Autumn Oak The lactation counselors at Autumn Oak are health professionals who provide breastfeeding support, have completed 52 hours of lactation education, and passed the Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice certification exam. The goal of …

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New Year Tinnitus Special!

Stop! Ringing in the new year! January 9 – Feburary 1st 2023 As the new year begins, you may have noticed hearing trouble whether that’s difficulty hearing clearly, difficulty understanding especially with accents or that unwanted ringing in your ears. All of which are early …

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Toys to Elicit Language – Christmas Edition

  With the holidays fast approaching, the sense of overwhelm you feel when walking up and down the toy aisle may feel especially overpowering. The pressure to make the “right choice” about which toys to give to loved ones can sometimes take the joy right …

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Hearing Loss and a Speech Therapist

Did you know that age is the strongest predictor of hearing loss among adults aged 20-69, with the greatest amount of hearing loss in the 60 to 69 age group? (Hoffman HJ, Dobie RA, Losonczy KG, Themann CL, Flamme GA. Declining Prevalence of Hearing Loss in …

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Phonological Awareness

What is phonological awareness? Phonological awareness is an umbrella term that means one’s sensitivity and ability to manipulate units of sound by words (e.g., dog, puppy), syllables (e.g., /dog/, /pu/ /ppy/), onset and rhyme (e.g., /d/ and /og/, /p/ and /uppy/), and phonemes (e.g., /d/ …

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