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Going Back To School With Hearing Loss

By CaptionCall | August 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Summer is almost over! If you have children going back to school, make sure as you are getting your last few days of rays, that you consider having their hearing checked. Hearing loss can make it difficult for your children to feel confident in returning to the classroom. ‘’ has put together a list…

Treating Hearing Loss Can Help Prevent Social Anxiety In Seniors

By CaptionCall | August 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Keeping a healthy social life as you age is important for both your physical and mental wellbeing, but you may find that with hearing loss going out and spending time with friends and family can be a stressful event. According to research hearing loss in seniors can create social anxiety. See: Adding stress…

Physically Courageous Aging

By CaptionCall | August 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Online Dating With Hearing Loss

By CaptionCall | August 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Thinking about a little romance via online dating?  Dating can be a stressful endeavor … throw hearing loss into the mix and things can start to feel a bit overwhelming. Thankfully, ‘’ has prepared a handy guide with tips on what you can do, with hearing loss, to make the most of your online…

Loneliness – Public Health Risk!

By CaptionCall | August 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

  According to psychologists, loneliness and social isolation are becoming an epidemic and a bigger risk to public health than obesity. You might be thinking it’s because of all those kids that don’t know how to talk to each other … they’re just looking at their phones all day. It actually turns out that according…

Hearing Loss And Your Summer Party

By CaptionCall | August 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Summer is winding down, but you still have time for some summer party fun. There are ways to make social gatherings easier with hearing loss.  ‘’ has a guide that can help you enjoy your end of summer parties to the fullest:   Find a good spot – Find a place with minimal ambient…

Be Safe When It Comes To Driving With Hearing Loss

By CaptionCall | August 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

    Being aware of what’s around you is vital to keeping yourself and those around you safe while you drive. Unfortunately hearing loss can make it difficult to be 100% aware of what’s going on.  Thanks to ‘’ though, you don’t have to let hearing loss be a reason to keep you from hitting…

An Owner’s Guide To Hearing Aid Batteries

By CaptionCall | August 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Did you know there are steps you could be taking to make sure you get the most out of your hearing aid batteries? ‘’ has put together a guide to help you maximize your battery output.  Here are just a few of their suggestions:   Keep the battery contacts clean. Easiest way to do this…

Access To Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids

By CaptionCall | July 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

  Have you heard of the over-the-counter Hearing Aid Act that is currently advancing through the US congress?  This legislation is anticipated to pass and would make certain types of hearing aids available over-the-counter to Americans with mild to moderate hearing impairment.  Additionally, it would require the FDA to write regulations ensuring that this new…

What Can You Do To Reduce Dementia Risk?

By CaptionCall | July 28, 2017 | 1 Comment

  According to a new study, there may be some lifestyle changes you can make to help reduce the risk of dementia. The study listed 9 factors that contribute to the risk of dementia, including:   Mid-life Hearing loss Failing to complete secondary education Smoking Failing to seek early treatment for depression Physical inactivity Social…