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National Safety Month - Who's your reason?

Posted by Amplifon Hearing Health Care on Jun 10, 2020 11:00:00 AM

Though many of us are still at home due to the impacts of the stay at home orders, essential workers continue to work hard every day so the rest of us can stay safe. These essential workers, and even those at home, need to not only take care of their safety in regard to their health but also their hearing. Learn more to see if your hearing may be at risk and what you can do to protect it.

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Topics: noise, hearing, communication, hearing aids, work, Loud, preventable, Protection, damage, dangerous, motorcycle, ears, hearing loss, protect, military, Fitting, noise-induced hearing loss, music, decibel levels, dB levels, loud noises, dentists, Resources, Affordable Hearing Solution, noise exposure, job hazard, manufacturing jobs, occupational hearing loss, workplace hearing loss, manufacturers, technology, National Safety Month, frequency, loss & damage, Earbuds

Holiday tips for everyone around the table

Posted by Amplifon Hearing Health Care on Dec 2, 2019 1:18:45 PM

The holidays can be difficult for people managing hearing loss, but also for family and friends who want to ensure those with hearing loss feel included.

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Topics: noise, hearing, Loud, hearing loss, children, hearing appointment, hearing exam, holidays, hearing help, holiday traditions, Tips to help hearing impaired guests, Keeping hearing healthy over the holidays, Protect your hearing over the holidays, decibel levels, dB levels, loud noises, schedule an appointment, Resources, hearing evaluation, Hearing Education, silent disability, social skills, relationships, self-esteem, hearing professional, environmental, Hearing Loss and Depression, Depression and Anxiety, Social Isolation, travel

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