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Connect2Affect: How to truly be a good neighbor

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We are just about 1 week away from National Good Neighbor Day! The AARP is framing this year’s holiday as an opportunity to combat isolation among seniors, which is a growing health epidemic. Great! What does that have to do

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What our patients are saying about us…

Embracing The Life New Improved Hearing Can Give

Every office should be like this! You don’t see this anymore, the individual attention. This is exactly what I need.

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Aging Prevention

Aging Prevention: It’s not just about Botox. Depriving yourself of good hearing and interactions ages your brain prematurely. Take care of your body and mind by scheduling your annual hearing exam and treating any hearing loss without delay. With today’s

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“W” is for What Did You Say??

Frequent requests for repetition are a classic sign of hearing loss. However, family members of a patient will often tell me, “She hears me just fine she when chooses to pay attention!” While it may appear to be true at

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R is for Relationships

Isn’t that what life’s all about? Hearing our family, friends, workmates, doctors, friendly passersby and even our pets… without these connections, it is very difficult to function. When communicating with your loved one becomes a hassle because you need to

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L is for Longer Lifespan

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It’s no secret that life expectancy has improved from previous generations. Compare the average lifespan in the US of 69.77 in 1960, to 79.16 in 2015. However, this blessing of added years often brings along chronic health issues, such as

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I is for Invisible Handicap

Individuals with hearing loss often struggle quietly, embarrassed to seek help or tell others about their difficulty that is not outwardly obvious. However, this attitude can lead to social isolation and withdrawal, which goes directly against healthy aging.

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