Author: Little Rock Audiology

Talk to your host in advance: Discuss your hearing issues with your host a week before Thanksgiving so he/she has time to accommodate your needs. Request to be seated in the middle of the table and with your back to a wall. The more...

Halloween is the time for dress-up, though not all costumes are a great fit. If your costume involves wigs, hats, ornate earrings, and other headpieces, it might interfere with your hearing aids. If these costumes get caught on your hearing aids, it could rip them...

As we reach our 40's, 50's, 60's, 70's or older, many of us start noticing that it is more difficult to communicate in noisy restaurants, our young children or grandchildren are impossible to understand, or we may find ourselves leaning in to hear or asking...