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Home Hearing Help Blog

News about developments in hearing healthcare are posted.

Localization 101

Roberta Singer

Localization 101: Change the shape of your ears and change your ability to localize the source of the sound (Journal of Neuroscience 5 March 2018.) Whether by adding an decorative ear cuff piercing or surgery for skin cancer at the ear, modifying the shape of your ear will disturb your sense of localization, but only for a few days. Eventually the brain will relearn using the new status quo. Next time you slip on that baseball cap over the top half of your ears, expect to have some trouble hearing where the ping of your golf ball ricocheted off the tree! :)

Family Rocks!

Roberta Singer

Inviting family to sit-in on audiology appointments adds to a successful outcome. Familial support of a spouse and/or child helps to ensure the proper use and care of hearing aid devices, while educating all on the importance of behavioral listening techniques. This is just one more advantage of a concierge experience!

Rechargeable batteries for hearing aids - Yes or No?

Roberta Singer

If dexterity and vision problems are issues for you, consider getting hearing aids with rechargeable batteries. Slip the units into the charger each evening and have fresh batteries for the wearing day. The negative is that you must bring your charger with you when you travel. The cost of the rechargeable batteries, charger and rechargeable aids is not much different over the life of the rechargeable aids than the cost of using regular disposable batteries with non-rechargeable aids though. Just an option to think about. Let your hearing health care provider help you decide!