Educating our community about audiology topics is one of the ways we work to improve the lives of those around us. If you have any specific questions regarding audiology topics or hearing aids, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
Our Hearing the Call event in Burlington, CO was a huge hit! We fit 11 individuals with hearing aids, and had so much fun connecting with the Burlington community.
President Biden’s Executive order regarding over-the-counter hearing aids was confusing and lacking context, so we’re providing some!
Did you know? June is National Cytomegalovirus (CMV) awareness month! Not sure what CMV is? We can help. CMV is one of the most frequently transmitted intrauterine infections, detectable in around 0.64%–0.70% of live births
Hearing loss is a condition that affects many more of us than we may think. Whether you have difficulty hearing, your grandparent does, or the person who helps you at the grocery store every week, it’s prevalent. That’s why all of us at Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center think it’s important to get a little education about hearing loss, so that we can all be more helpful to each other as we move through our day
As many of you already know, all of us at Longmont Hearing and Tinnitus Center are committed to bringing hearing healthcare to our community, and beyond. That’s why we helped to create Hearing the Call
Welcome to another post providing an overview of our Communication Training Series! Today, we wanted to talk about hearing aids and brain health.