Monthly Archives: July 2016

Don’t let Hearing Loss Crash your Summer Vacation Plans

Planning a getaway before the end of summer? If you have hearing loss, chances are your vacation plans—even your vacation expectations—may revolve around that. Vacations are typically dedicated to relaxing and maybe exploring a new place. But if your plans include … Continue reading

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Cheering up the Lonely

July 11 was National Cheer up the Lonely Day. Even though it has passed—it’s still a good reminder to pay attention to those around you with hearing loss. Hearing loss can be isolating. When someone is experiencing hearing loss, they often … Continue reading

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These are not your Grandpa’s hearing aids

But don’t worry – you’re Grandpa can definitely wear them! When you think of hearing aids, do you picture bulky, whistling contraptions that only work occasionally? Then your memory is due for an upgrade. Because ReSound Smart Hearing has changed the world … Continue reading

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ReSound Employees Serve Meal to Families at Fisher House

Last month, employees from ReSound teamed up with Audiologists from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to serve a meal to families staying at the Fisher House in Bethesda, Maryland. Fisher House provides “a home away from home” for … Continue reading

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The Connection Between Hearing Loss and Independence Day

Did you know that George Washington, our first President and a Founding Father of the United States, lived with hearing loss?  Years of noise exposure while in battle and hunting likely contributed to his hearing loss. Washington would be the first … Continue reading

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