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13424 Pennsylvania Ave Ste 204, Sylvania Center,
Hagerstown, MD 21742
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Keep Your Brain Sharp

Despite significant advancements in hearing aid technology, listeners with hearing loss continue to express frustration when trying to understand conversation in noisy environments.

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Make the Most of Your Hearing Aids

When you purchase hearing aids, your hearing care professional will set your hearing aids to match your hearing and lifestyle needs.  It is important that once you get home you strive to wear your hearing aids as much as comfortably possible over the week or two until your follow-up visit.  Y

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Order a CaptionCall Phone

Do you struggle to understand converstaions on the phone even with your hearing aids?  You are eligible for a Caption Call Phone.   Sign up Below and then scroll down and see what all their happy clients have to say about how well they can communicate on the phone now!

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Caption Call for iPad

Did you know that you can use your iPad as a CaptionCall Phone? You no longer need a landline in your home to take advantage of this great service! Just download the app and watch below for more info:

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Wearing a Mask with Hearing Aids

Are you concerned about how to properly wear a mask and your hearing aids at the same time? We know that this is an issue for many hearing aid wearers.  Below is a ling that will give you a few options as to  how to wear your mask and hearing aids at the same time without one interfereing with the other. Please continue to be careful when removing your mask as we have had several patient's lose their hearing aids when removing the mask.

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Connection between Hearing Loss and Dementia

For people with hearing loss, using a hearing aid is associated with a reduced risk of three common health problems of aging — dementia, depression and falls — according to a recent study in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.The study found that people who received hearing aids in the three years after being diagnosed with hearing loss had lower rates of dementia, depression and falls than those who didn’t get the devices.  The researchers looked at the study subjects’ insurance...

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Social Distancing Doesn't Have to Equal Social Isolation

3 important facts about staying connected during COVID-19 "While the physical health impacts of Coronavirus – COVID-19 – are starting to become well-understood, and the socio-economic impacts are developing, one aspect that remains under-examined is the mental health impact of how the country is responding to the outbreak. In particular – the principle of social distancing. Stay-at-home, shelter-in-place and more stringent quarantine policies have been enacted, affecting the majority of the...

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