7 Practical Ways That Can Help You Adjust to Your New Hearing Aids

7 Practical Ways That Can Help You Adjust to Your New Hearing Aids

Wearing hearing aids can immediately change your hearing. But this change can be quite confusing and overwhelming especially if it is your first time using them. Surprisingly, it can take weeks or months to get used to a new hearing aid. You may need up to four months to get accustomed to your hearing aids, to learn how to properly use them, and to get the most out of them.

The confidence to keep moving forward using the Safety Overhead Support (SOS) System

Safety Overhead Support System consists of a high-performance, overhead aluminum track and trolley mounted to the ceiling. An attached harness protects patients from falling, which helps instill confidence. It provides support for a patient during all aspects of physical therapy, including sit-to-stand, walking therapy, balance training, and climbing stairs. These therapies can be performed with just one therapist, reducing staff time and worker’s compensation claims. It creates confidence in patients to keep moving forward without any support. It is designed

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Hearing Aids

Hearing impairment is one of the most common disabilities in the human population and presents a great risk in everyday life due to problems with speech recognition, communication, and language acquisition. Having a hearing loss is not a misfortune or disability, but it is a unique experience and every person manages it incredibly. In daily life, speech is often heard among a variety of sounds and noisy backgrounds that can make communication even more ch