More than 700 hearing industry experts from 185 different care practices came together on Maui for the Elite Hearing Network, held at the Grand Wailea Feb 8-12. They decided to host Operation Sandtastic, a sand sculpting team competition to raise money for Friends and Family of Na Koa E Kapili. This local organization plans welcome home events for soldiers and sends care packages to deployed troops, to name a few of their support services. Learn More
MTV’s college channel, mtvU will be premiering a new show next week about 4 deaf students at Gallaudet University. Based on Washington, D.C. Gallaudet University is a four-year school for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Sessions include updates on the latest Diagnostics and Biomedical Research including Tinnitus, Vestibular and Auditory Dysfunction. Sessions on Amplification, Rehabilitation and Counseling will also be presented.
Doctor recommended TV Ears has helped thousands of people with hearing loss hear the television clearly without turning up the volume!
TV Ears® is recommended by hearing doctors, audiologists, and hearing instrument specialists nationwide. If you have a hearing loss or wear hearing aids, then TV Ears® is just what the doctor ordered. A doctor’s prescription is not needed to purchase TV Ears®.
Who Uses TV Ears
People of all ages living with a hearing loss use TV Ears® in a variety of ways to make watching television more enjoyable. If you don’t own hearing aids, TV Ears® is an excellent first step in evaluating how amplification can help you. If you already own hearing aids, find out why TV Ears® are a great complement to your hearing aids and why they work better than hearing aids for watching television.
Take TV Ears to the Theater
TV Ears® works in most playhouses as well as thousands of movie theaters, public auditoriums, court rooms, and museums. Based upon the ADA Act of 1992, public auditoriums or gathering places that seat more than 50 people must work with TV Ears.
1 in 5 teens has hearing loss
(Better Hearing Institute, August 2010)
“Make your voice heard. Please support legislation that provides up to a $1,000 tax credit for two hearing aids”