Month: May 2014

How It’s Made | The Development of a Hearing Aid

By Charlotte T. Jespersen, M.A. Hearing aid development is a complicated process that involves much more than simply putting a case around electrical components. The process involves a cross-disciplinary team of experts – including an audiologist, acoustician, electronics engineer, mechanical engineer, industrial designer, algorithm programmer and product manager, amongst others – working together to create …

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A Hearing Aid I Can Use With My iPhone? That’s Just the Beginning…

Mark Palmer is a 64-year-old businessman who has worn hearing aids for almost 20 years. He likely did some damage listening to loud music and chainsaws, along with spending time on manufacturing floors and around small airplanes. His situation is a bit more complicated, however, as he suffered a brain injury when he was young, …

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“The Top Ten Things I Love About My New ReSound LiNX!”

Ear, Nose, and Throat Specialists of Wisconsin recently shared with us this great reaction to ReSound LiNX from one of their patients, Stephanie Cowling. She says, “I would recommend these hearing aids to anyone! It [ReSound LiNX] really is an amazing product!” Here’s Stephanie’s list of the top ten things she loves about ReSound LiNX. …

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Hearing Education & Awareness | May is Better Hearing & Speech Month

36 million Americans have hearing loss, but only 1 in 5 people who could benefit from a hearing aid actually wears one. Each May the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) promotes Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM) to raise awareness about communication disorders and the important role of the professionals who treat them. We know …

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