Hearing loss can be devastating. We are passionate about helping our customers learn more about the options that are out there, the connection between hearing loss and Alzheimer's disease, at home tips to make it easier and so much more. Check out these articles from our blog.
Washington, DC, March 18, 2014—Hearing loss is about twice as common in people with diabetes, so Accurate Hearing Systems is urging those with diabetes to get their hearing checked and to make it a routine part of the their diabetes care and management—all in recognition of American Diabetes Association Alert Day® on March 25. Anyone […]
Accurate Hearing is encouraging adults of all ages to take a free, quick, and confidential online Hearing Check. Anyone can take the online survey to determine if they need a comprehensive hearing health professional. Nearly 40 million people in the United States today have hearing loss. Most of them are part of America’s current workforce. […]
Most people new to hearing aids don’t know what to expect from them and can be nervous about wearing a hearing aid for the first time. Misconceptions and second-hand stories of bulky, whistling, old-fashioned analog devices continue to influence the way people think about all hearing aids. But hearing aids have changed dramatically from a […]
When you consider where to buy hearing aids, keep in mind that they should provide a customized solution to fit your specific hearing loss and your unique lifestyle needs. Hearing aids are precision instruments that utilize advancing digital technology and there may be options you didn’t even know existed. This is why the Better Hearing […]
Diabetes can be dangerous to your feet-even a small cut could have serious consequences. Diabetes may cause nerve damage that takes away the feeling in your feet. Diabetes may also reduce blood flow to the feet, making it harder to heal an injury or resist infection. Because of these problems, you might not notice a […]
Donna R. DeMarco with Accurate Hearing Systems, LLC was voted Best Hearing Healthcare Professional of 2011 in a national magazine The Hearing Review Sept. issue.
For many, it takes years of struggles with misunderstanding speech in conversations, not hearing in noisy social settings and difficulties listening on the phone before they seek help with a hearing aid. Yet, several days of frustration may have been averted had a hearing aid been pursued earlier. Many objections exist around hearing aids that […]
Research is showing that hearing loss is common in people with chronic kidney disease. American Journal of Kidney Diseases noted that a team of Australian researchers did a study on people with chronic kidney disease and hearing loss. Their research shows that the people with chronic kidney disease are at greater risk for hearing loss. […]
Starkey’s new hearing aid circuit iQ significantly reduces listening effort. So fast and smart, it can reduce noise between syllables and ensure you experience maximum comfort t and the clearest speech possible even in the noisiest environments.
The Hearing Aid Tax Credit is being looked at once agin in the U.S. House of Representatives with record bipartisan support. This is important legislation for the hearing industry that has a very good chance of passing this year. Please take a minute to contact your U.S. Senators and Representatives to help convince them that […]