Month: September 2017

Hearing Loss and Dementia

Studies show that by the time Americans reach their 70s, two thirds have some form of hearing loss. Unfortunately, their hearing loss often goes undetected and untreated. By the time they reach 85, one-third of Americans are affected by Alzheimer’s disease.  Statistics indicate that there is a possible relationship between aging, hearing loss, and dementia.  …

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Oticon and iOS 11

If you are an iPhone user and have recently upgraded to the latest operating system, iOS 11, you may need to make some adjustments in order for your phone to work the best with your Oticon hearing device. First you will need to unpair your hearing aids from your phone. Directions: 1. SETTINGS2. GENERAL – Make …

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Coffee and Conversation

At Complete Hearing, we want to make sure that you are as informed as possible about your hearing and your overall hearing health. Introducing, Coffee and Conversation, a monthly opportunity for you to find out more about educational topics concerning your hearing, hearing devices and how your hearing can affect your health and wellbeing. Sessions …

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Autumn Decibel Levels

Rustling leaves, the cracking of  bonfires … the sounds of autumn are what make the season so enchanting. Fall is also a time for very loud sounds and noises that can impact your hearing.  Noise induced hearing loss occurs when listening to loud sounds over 85 decibels over an extended period of time. The louder …

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Hearing Loss in the Workplace

Good communication skills are imperative to everyday life. This is especially true in the workplace. When you can’t communicate properly, balls get dropped, messages get missed, details can be overlooked, and people can misinterpret motives or attitudes. For people with untreated hearing loss, this can make life very difficult and affect job performance and earning potential. …

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