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.
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 Drew E. Kimbrough out of our Spokane Valley, Washington area offices. Drew has been with Beltone for nearly four years and in the hearing care business for 24 years! Let’s get to know a little bit more about Drew.
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.
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!
Welcome to our “Ask the Expert” Hearing Care Practitioner (HCP) blog series! Our first HCP we’re featuring is Laurie Ann Hruska out of our Pittsburgh and Washington, PA. offices. Laurie has been with Beltone since September 2017 and has been in the hearing care business for 10 years. Let’s get to know Laurie and why she is so passionate about hearing health!
Beltone Legend™ hearing aid users have the advantage of many different ways to connect audio sources to their hearing aids.
Beltone Legend connects directly to your iPhone®. Your hearing aids will automatically pick up a streaming signal from your iPhone and play the sound through your hearing aids.
Not all hearing aids are created equal, just ask Mette Brond Fredsted. Mette was born with a profound hearing loss. Her family feared that their beautiful little girl would be unable to live a normal life. But at a very early age, Mette was determined to socialize with other children, despite her disability. “I just wanted to live a normal life,” she says.
There are a few key elements to keep in mind while doing your due diligence in researching which hearing aid is the best one on the market today. It’s not just “what’s best.” It’s “what hearing aid is bestsuited to me and my hearing needs?”
The technology behind hearing aids is advancing all the time, and nowhere is this progress more evident than in the emergence of virtually invisible hearing aids. These tiny, customized hearing aids are an ideal choice for individuals with hearing loss looking for dramatic results in an inconspicuous package.
Bringing up hearing loss with a family member or friend can be intimidating, but it’s important for their health. Here’s how to approach someone about hearing loss without fear of confrontation or awkwardness. Many people have experienced something like this when they spend time with their family: Your parent or spouse is watching television and the volume seems too loud, so you grab for the remote control…only to be told that the volume is now too soft.
Dr. Jonathan Brein was living the dream — he had a beautiful family, a 42-foot yacht, a successful private practice in Chesapeake, Virginia. But then, the anesthesiologist started having problems hearing. At first, it was a small inconvenience. He thought his nurses were mumbling. No one knew exactly what caused Dr. Brein’s hearing loss.