Do you have a loved one that could benefit from a professional hearing exam? Now is the time when we help our parents make sound hearing decisions. And one of the best decisions we can help them make is to get a free hearing evaluation.
Healthy hearing improves quality of life. Sixteen percent of adults suffer from hearing loss great enough to adversely affect their daily life. Even mild hearing problems can make it difficult to communicate with friends and family or hard to enjoy some of your most favorite activities. We help your loved one hear the best they can with a personal, and friendly approach that allows them to feel comfortable and get on to good hearing quickly and easily. Are you ready to help your parent? If so, we would be honored to serve them.
Research shows that people with hearing loss who use hearing aids enjoy a better overall quality of life. In fact, you just may be surprised by these four things that treating hearing loss says about you:
You’re a Go-Getter – Research has found that people with hearing loss who use hearing aids are more likely to tackle problems actively. Addressing hearing loss shows self-assurance and a willingness to deal with issues head-on.
You Value Your Relationships – Healthy relationships rest largely on good communication. Treating hearing loss lets close family and friends know that you want to stay connected and involved in your relationships with them.
You Like to be Active – Treating hearing loss means you have every intention of keeping up the pace of a fulfilling life. In fact, people with hearing difficulty who use hearing aids get more pleasure in doing things and are even more likely to exercise and meet up with friends to socialize, research by the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) shows.
You Love Living Life – The more exuberance you have for life, the less likely it is you’ll let untreated hearing loss get in your way. When you address hearing loss, you let the world know you love living life, and you’re going to live it with gusto. Research even shows that people with hearing loss who use hearing aids are more likely to be optimistic and feel engaged in life.