A Home Run for Better Hearing

The sound of a baseball hitting a bat, wind blowing through the leaves on a tree, your mom’s voice saying, “I love you” are simple pleasures in life. During the little league season in 2018, hearing instrument specialist Andrew Roth of Hear for You in Amsterdam and Ballston Spa, NY was coaching and noticed a … Continued

Tracking Body and Brain Health with Your Hearing Aids

Can your hearing aids track how many steps you’ve taken? Can they tell you how many hours you’ve used them or how well you’ve engaged in communication? This is now possible with the new AI hearing aids and Thrive Hearing app. Now, you can easily manage aspects of your wellness with the simple press of … Continued

A Hearing Revolution Has Begun!

A Hearing Revolution Has Begun! Introducing the New The world’s first hearing aid to feature integrated sensors and artificial intelligence. Imagine a hearing aid that can: • Measure body and brain health • Translate languages • Receive adjustments from your provider remotely • Stream music, TV and phone calls • Reduce background noise • Optimize … Continued

Saving Hearing Lives on the Bolivia and Peru Hearing Aid Mission

My Experience by: DeAnne Pacheco, TeleHear Clinical Director I had the honor of serving in a Starkey Hearing Foundation mission with the most amazingly dedicated, hard-working people. We completed four mission days in three cities: Santa Cruz, Bolivia; Cusco, Peru and Trujillo, Peru, where we fit nearly 2000 children and adults with hearing aids. I … Continued

Hearing Loss Studies: Life is Worth Hearing

Hearing loss is one of the most common health issues in the world. In the United States, 12 percent of the population, or 38 million people, have a significant hearing loss. Yet, only one out of every five people who could benefit from hearing aids actually wears them. Reduced hearing acuity can not only be … Continued

Aural Rehabilitation Exercises

You have taken, or are planning to take, a wise first step, the investment in hearing instruments. Hearing aids help you to hear sounds which are interpreted by your brain. This brain stimulation is an important part of hearing health. The following aural rehabilitation exercises will allow you to increase brain stimulation and improve your … Continued

Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Mosby’s Medical Dictionary defines sensorineural hearing loss as a form of hearing loss in which sound is conducted through the external and middle ear in a normal way but a defect in the inner ear results in its distortion, making discrimination difficult. Amplification of the sound with hearing aids can now help people with sensorineural … Continued

Causes of Hearing Loss

One the most common questions I get asked is, “What caused my hearing loss?” The answer to this question is not always easy. There are two main types of hearing loss: sensorineural and conductive. Conductive hearing loss happens when the bones in the middle ear can no longer transmit sound waves to the healthy cochlea … Continued

Convincing Parents to Get Hearing Aids

Convincing parents to get hearing aids can be a more difficult task than some may think. When adult children approach their parent about getting hearing help, they are often met with resistance. Why? There are many factors that could be the cause. Some parents are in denial they even have a hearing loss and suggestions they … Continued