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How Wearing Hearing Aids Positively Affects Your Mental Health

May 18, 2016

How Wearing Hearing Aids Positively Affects Your Mental Health If you already wear hearing aids, you know the kinds of benefits they give you. Hearing aids have most likely made it easier to have conversations with your friends and family—especially when you’re out at restaurants or in a group. But hearing aids do much more
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3 Things You Can Do to Promote Hearing Loss Awareness During Better Hearing and Speech Month

April 12, 2016

3 Things You Can Do to Promote Hearing Loss Awareness During Better Hearing and Speech Month Did you know that next month is Better Hearing and Speech Month? It’ll be here in just a couple of weeks. Hearing healthcare is obviously something we feel passionately about at TruHearing. So every May we try our best
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The 3 Be’s of Better Communication with Hearing Aids

June 8, 2015

The 3 Be’s of Better Communication with Hearing Aids Getting the most out of your hearing aids means managing your own and others’ expectations about what your hearing aids can and cannot do. Communication is key to helping others understand your hearing loss, which will allow everyone to work together to get the biggest benefit
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How Speech Reading Can Help Maximize the Benefits of Your Hearing Aid

March 16, 2015

How Speech Reading Can Help Maximize the Benefits of Your Hearing Aid Hearing aids will greatly increase your ability to understand conversations, but learning to read visual cues and understanding basic speech reading, can help supplement your ears with other information and fill in the blank spots in your communication. Everyone—with or without hearing loss—uses
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Tips to Improve Communication with Your Family After Hearing Loss

March 2, 2015

Tips to Improve Communication with Your Family After Hearing Loss Once you recognize your hearing loss and you’ve addressed it with hearing aids, your next step to better hearing is better communication—especially with the people you are around everyday. Not only does it take time for you to adjust to wearing hearing aids, but it
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5 Ways to Train Your Ears to Hear Again

December 8, 2014

5 Ways to Train Your Ears to Hear Again When you put on hearing aids for the first time, it can be a bit like looking through an old photo album. When you look at old photos of yourself, sometimes you can be surprised at the way you looked or what you were doing. Your younger
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3 Tips to Improve Communication for Those with Hearing Loss

June 20, 2014

3 Tips to Improve Communication for Those with Hearing Loss At one point or another we have all asked “what?” or “huh?” too many times that we ignore the problem and just smile and nod hoping to move a conversation forward. This situation happens more often for those with hearing loss. Hopefully, you can remedy
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I Heard a Bird Yesterday

September 6, 2013

I Heard a Bird Yesterday “It’s actually two lives you’ve saved; his and mine!” Dear TruHearing, Because of you, my husband heard a bird yesterday…the first time he’s heard that sound in seven years. My name is Susan and I want to take a moment to thank you with all my heart for offering assistance
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