Hearing Health Blog
Here are some hearing loss tips that might surprise you! Get the App. It may sound funny to think an application on your mobile phone can be critical to your hearing loss, but today the apps available on your phone can help in more ways than one. First, modern hearing aids usually have a compatible app created by the manufacturer.
Conversations are important to developing friendships and deepening ties with family members. During the holiday season we can find ourselves more frequently conversing around the dinner table with friends and family. Did you know that an important part of good conversation is listening? From researchers featured on Psychology Today to the hosts of NPR’s Dinner Party Download, listening is one
While listening to loud music has always been part of life, especially for children and teens, today with the advent of smart phones and tablets, children have more choices from music to games and video – all mostly accessed with headphones or earbuds. All this choice means that children can find themselves using headphones and earbuds frequently. Healthline published an
The Future is Smarter, Digital Hearing Hearing aids have never been “cool”, not by a long-shot...... but you might be surprised to know that modern technology is making hearing technology trendier – and dare we say “sexier”?! Gone are the days of the big and clunky beige models that make you think of your grandparents. Enter tiny, discreet and sleek
Apps for Hearing Loss Smartphones are constantly making our lives better. The entire Internet is at our fingertips and we have applications for every topic imaginable- even hearing loss. At Clifton Springs Hearing Center in Pittsford, New York, we have found even more applications for Android and Apple operating systems that can improve your life or the life of someone
Apple Offers More Ways to Connect The company that revolutionized the personal listening device is making waves in the field of audiology. Apple’s iOS 6, coming this fall, will be compatible with “Made for iPhone” hearing aids, and a handful of new patents offer an exciting glimpse of things to come. The U.S. Patent and Trademark office published two patents