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New Apple Products

Apple® announced the upcoming release of iOS 13, iPhone® 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max and Apple Watch® Series 5. ReSound will verify compatibility of ReSound hearing aids with the new Apple products and with iOS 13 after they are released to the public.   We recommend refraining from installing the new operating system and purchasing a new Apple product until ReSound has completed testing. They will send an email to us confirming compatibility and we will advise accordingly.

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Marvel 2.0 Advances

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Caption Call Delivers Help while Talking on the Phone

We can set you up with a Caption Call phone at no cost to you!  This service is provided absolutely FREE to those with hearing loss!   Ask us how you can get a Caption Call Phone at your next Appoitment!

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Researchers identify part of the brain that compensates for hearing loss in older adults

Researchers have pinpointed the specific part of the brain that older adults rely on to differentiate speech sounds in background noise, which could revolutionize the treatment of hearing loss. As people age, their peripheral and central auditory system (areas of the brain that help to intake and interpret sound) decline in function and plugging into other parts of the brain is needed to compensate, according to Dr. Claude Alain, senior investigator of the study and Assistant Director of the...

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Brain Fitness

Despite significant advancements in hearing aid technology, listeners with hearing loss continue to express frustration when trying to understand conversation in noisy environments. Even with a favorable signal-to-noise ratio, older adults struggle more in these listening situations than younger adults do for a number of reasons, including deficits in central auditory processing and cognitive function. It has become clear that we need to think beyond the ear when managing hearing loss,...

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Remember to Protect Your Hearing this July 4th

Remember to Protect Your Hearing this July 4th Whether you are shooting fireworks in your drive-way or watching a public display, you could be at risk of having some hearing damage. Fireworks produce a sound output that is in the 150 to 175 decibel range. Each year, many people experience some damage to their hearing as a result of fireworks.

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