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As a hearing-impaired person, I am once again on a “rant” rampage.  There are just days when the struggle to hear in a “hearing world “just gets overwhelming.  First, let me say that I have amazing hearing aids that have many great Bluetooth features such as background noise control and volume features.  I am grateful for these because they give

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How many times have you heard people say this?  Hearing aids don’t work……. As a person who wears hearing aids, I can honestly say that YES, THEY DO.  The questions that I ask these people who say they don’t work are:  Did you have a qualified hearing aid professional test your hearing first or did you purchase your aids online? 

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I decided to write about my experience wearing my “I Am a Lip Reader” mask while going to a local clinic to see a specialist…….. First of all, I just have to state that I simply hate wearing masks.   I cannot breathe properly, and they steam up my glasses.  They also rip out my hearing aids.  Yes, yes…I know….I need

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Have you ever taken your hearing aids out only to look for them later and not be able to find them? You search and search, then suddenly your husband finds them exactly where you left them, which you obviously forgot. I have misplaced mine so many times. My worst hearing aid lost story is no fault of mine. I take

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As a hearing impaired woman who wears behind the ear hearing aids, the face mask has added additional stress and worries to my life, thanks to the Coronavirus. I mean most people don’t have a second thought about wearing a mask. They put it on and go about their business. They talk, laugh and hear others as they normally would.

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You’ve seen them on tv, in drug stores and even in Walmart.  The very cheap hearing aid “amplifiers” and the online hearing aids that cost several hundred dollars. They claim it’s easy to use & that everyone can perform a simplified and easy hearing evaluation on themselves that will customize the hearing aid for their hearing loss and give them

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BY Jacqulyn Keenan, BS-HSS   And So it Begins So recently, a very good friend encouraged me to begin writing and posting a blog about my experiences with the hearing impaired. I must admit, I was mostly apprehensive about the notion of putting myself out there, but I did realize that after twenty-seven years of having the honor of providing

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