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5 Ways to Damage Your Hearing

5 Ways to Damage Your Hearing

We are all guilty of listening to something at a volume that is too high.  It might be music or machinery or even a kitchen household appliance like a blender. But there are other things that you might be doing that can damage your hearing and you might not have even...

The Connection Between Heart Disease and Hearing Loss

The Connection Between Heart Disease and Hearing Loss

There are various known risk factors for the development of heart disease.  These factors include diet and lifestyle, family history, and age, as well as conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, and other vascular diseases.  But what does all that have to do with...

Rechargeable Hearing Aids: What You Need to Know

Rechargeable Hearing Aids: What You Need to Know

Many of the devices we use every day can be powered by one or two types of batteries, rechargeable batteries, or disposable batteries. Hearing aids are no different. Rechargeable hearing aids are becoming more popular every year.  And as their popularity has...

Add Better Hearing to Your List of New Year’s Resolutions

Add Better Hearing to Your List of New Year’s Resolutions

This is the time of year when we make our list of resolutions for the New Year. We reflect on the past year and take note of the areas we’d like to change.  A compilation of the top 10 New Year’s Resolutions typically looks something like this. Top 10 New Year’s...

The Cost of Untreated Hearing Loss

The Cost of Untreated Hearing Loss

We focus a great deal on the impact an untreated hearing loss has on the person who can’t hear.  But what is the impact of the loss on their friends and family?  What is the financial impact of the inability to hear? The National Council on the Aging (NCOA) conducted...

What Does it Mean to Have Normal Hearing?

What Does it Mean to Have Normal Hearing?

You had a hearing test more than 5 years ago and were told you had normal hearing.  You’ve noticed some problems hearing lately and have begun to wonder if you no longer have normal hearing.  But you might also be wondering what exactly does it mean to have normal...

For Parents

Red Flags for Autism in Toddlers

One of my passions as a pediatric speech-language therapist is helping parents understand the early signs and symptoms of autism. Autism is a complex disorder that requires systematic and often intense treatment, but there is much hope for children who receive this...

Childhood Apraxia of Speech

If you are a parent of a child who has speech and language difficulties, you may have heard of childhood apraxia of speech (CAS). Or, you might not have. Why? For two reasons. First, childhood apraxia of speech is only one of the many reasons that children might have...

Don’t Forget to Breathe

As a parent with a special needs child, I have walked a path similar to other parents. The surprise, sadness and acceptance of diagnoses: wading through a complex journey of medical care, specialists, special education and more. I have developed advocacy skills I...

Auditory Processing Disorder

When a child has an auditory processing disorder, he has difficulty processing the information he takes in through his auditory (hearing) system. In other words, children who have auditory processing disorders have difficulty making sense of what they hear. The term...

Hearing: The Basics

Hearing: The Basics

The process of hearing seems simple enough on the surface: we hear a sound, we recognize the sound, and we react to the sound. In reality, however, hearing is a complex process that requires the coordination of a number of different body parts and functions. To hear...

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