earing Dynamics spends a lot of time educating our patients on hearing loss and hearing aid solutions so that you get the best hearing healthcare and hearing aid performance when investing in our company and its products.
We realize that we provide you a lot of information in a limited period of time during your scheduled appointments. Therefore, we recommend you educate yourself on important hearing loss and hearing aid subjects. To allow you to absorb and review some of this information concerning a wealth of hearing subjects, please take some time while at home to watch these videos.
Understanding Hearing Loss
It is a great overview for both the hearing-impaired person and his or her family. It is part one in a series of hearing aid instructional videos, so be sure to watch the communication strategy videos below.
Communication Strategies PART A
Hearing aids are only the first step in becoming a better communicator. What can you do when you can’t hear? By the end of this video, you’ll know exactly what to do.
Communication Strategies PART B
Hearing loss is an invisible disability and is ironically misunderstood by people with normal hearing. Learn these listening and conversational tips, and you and others will communicate and socialize more effectively.
Finest audiologist in Sierra Vista. Have been dealing with this company for over fifteen years. First my father and secondly my mother and now myself. Still servicing my 101 year old mother’s hearing aids. No high pressure sales, just a free audio exam and detailed discussion of results and what they mean. They market many different brands of hearing aids and can compare the different types as to which one best meet your needs. Many different pricing options to fit your budget. One thing to look for when purchasing hearing aids is to make sure that the manufacturer does not have proprietary programming software. I ran into this difficulty with my father as well as my mother. The representative of their manufacturer closed up and moved out of town. Their hearing aid software was proprietary and no other audiologist in town could adjust them. We were forced to drive to Tucson and find a representative who could do that. Quite an inconvenience. I had a hearing evaluation today, 15 June 18, and when given options as to what type would best meet my budget and requirements I asked about the proprietary software issue that I had run into with my parents. I was assured that all six manufacturers that they carried did not have proprietary software. If you move away, you can still have a better choice of audiologists for adjustments. I took the time to discuss this issue as I encountered it with both my mother and father!