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How are Cochlear Implants Different from Standard Hearing Aids?

A cochlear implant is a small electronic device that stimulates the nerves for hearing. It is implanted surgically to help a person with severe hearing loss hear sounds usually. 503 more words

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How would you like to win FREE Hearing aids? You’re in luck! We partnered with KPLR channel 11 to give away a set of hearing aids and the response we received was incredible! 41 more words

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Want FREE Hearing Aids?

How would you like to win FREE Hearing aids? You’re in luck! We partnered with KPLR channel 11 to give away a set of hearing aids and the response we received was incredible! 41 more words

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Is it still worth installing induction (hearing) loops or will we have Bluetooth public hearing systems for the hearing impaired in the future?

May 2020

Republished with Permission:

Rosemarie Muth
Pastor and Audio Therapist, Pastoral Care for Hard of Hearing People, Protestant Church of W├╝rttemberg, Germany

and Norbert Muth… 2,289 more words

Another Top Work Place

Southwestern Hearing Centers has won the distinction of Top Work Place for FIVE consecutive years! The award was given following an employee feedback survey by WorkplaceDynamics, which measured various factors that make up workplace culture, including benefits, connection, leadership, values and ethics. 17 more words

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Another Top Work Place

Southwestern Hearing Centers has won the distinction of Top Work Place for FIVE consecutive years! The award was given following an employee feedback survey by WorkplaceDynamics, which measured various factors that make up workplace culture, including benefits, connection, leadership, values and ethics. 17 more words

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How To Manage Hearing Loss in the Elderly

Loss of hearing is defined as a partial or complete inability to hear sounds or noises. It often occurs gradually because of several factors such as continuous exposure to loud noise, chronic ear infections, genetics, and aging. 407 more words

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