In our next installment of our “Ask the Expert” blog series, we’re featuring Luz Parra out of our Clermont and Kissimmee, Florida offices. Luz has been with Beltone for 12 years and in the hearing care business for over 22 years! Let’s get to know a little bit more about Luz.
One of the biggest steps when it comes to resolving hearing loss issues, it realizing you may indeed have hearing loss. Whether it is because people don't know what the signs are, or they simply ignore them, you need to be aware of some of the most common signs of hearing loss. What are they?
In our next installment of our “Ask the Expert” blog series, we’re featuring Doug Niemiec out of our Elyria and Ravenna, Ohio offices. Doug has been with Beltone for 10 years and in the hearing care business for 13 years! Let’s get to know a little bit more about Doug.
In our next installment of our “Ask the Expert” blog series, we’re featuring Debra “Debbie” Conn out of our Uniontown and Waynesburg, Pennsylvania offices along with our New Martinsville, West Virginia office. Debbie has been with Beltone and in the hearing care business for 24 years! Let’s get to know a little bit more about Debbie.
Many people don't realize if you leave your hearing loss untreated, there is a good chance it can be gone for good. If you believe you have any kind of hearing difficulty it is best to be proactive and visit your doctor or an audiologist to get your hearing checked. Other reasons to be concerned for hearing loss, is how it can affect your health beyond just having a hard time hearing. Hearing loss can lead to some dangerous diseases. The following are some difficulties you may face if hearing loss is untreated:
In our third installment of our “Ask the Expert” Hearing Care Practitioner blog series, we’re featuring HCP JoBeth Finnegan out of Mansfield and Mount Vernon, Ohio. JoBeth has been with Beltone and in the hearing care business for six years. Let’s get to know JoBeth and why she is so passionate about hearing health!
Being a caregiver can sometimes be a thankless job, especially if the person you’re caring for has a hearing loss. Communicating becomes increasingly difficult as the stress level of the job at hand rises. To help shoulder some of the burden of caring for someone with hearing loss, here are some tips to take into consideration.
The holiday season is in full swing and with Christmas just weeks away, you might have already done your holiday shopping. If you haven't yet purchased items for your young children or grandchildren, be aware, there are some toys that could potentially cause hearing problems for their small ears.
The football season is in full swing. There’s nothing like being at the stadium cheering on your favorite team as they rush down the field to make a touchdown. It’s fun, it’s exhilarating and it’s a weekly routine. However, there is something that can eventually be harmful to your health at a football game other than the numerous hot dogs and beers; the sound.
October is National Protect Your Hearing Month. Here at Beltone, we care about you and your hearing health. This event is observed every October and is used to raise awareness over hearing issues that can arise from a variety of issues, many of which come from outside noises you may not think are bad for you.