Oticon launches Intiga, the worlds smallest fully wireless hearing solution. Click here to read the press release for more information on Intiga or chek out the information in the testimonial/video tab under Oticon.
We are pleased to announce the release of Siemens' Aquaris. Aquaris is the newest edition to the Siemens family. The Aquaris is a waterproof, dust resistant hearing aid that is durable enough to stand up to the most active lifestyles. The Aquaris can even be worn while swimming. View the commericial and informative video under the media tab on our website.
Join the Professional Hearing Services team in the Walk4Hearing. The event is held on Sunday May, 15, 2011 at Veteran's Park. Enjoy a relaxing walk or a brisk pace with members of our audiology staff in support of the Waukesha HLAA chapter. For more information in this event visit www.walk4hearing.org.
More than twenty-one million infants, children, and adults in America suffer from some degree of hearing loss in one or both ears. Such hearing impairments can go unsuspected until the sounds of daily life become faded or unrecognizable.
Rather than accepting an impairment as an inevitable part of aging, or shying away from social interaction to avoid embarrassment, seek proper treatment from an audiologist.
If you have questions regarding hearing or hearing loss, please contact us at email@example.com.
Oticon has just released a companion microphone as an addition to the Connectline family. The companion microphone works with any Oticon product that is compatible with the Streamer, a wireless feature for hearing aids.
The companion microphone helps users to enjoy clearer and more private conversations in crowded, noisy, or difficult listening environments. The companion microphone is worn by the user's conversation partner and connects wirelessly to the Streamer, allowing the user to hear the other person's voice directly into their hearing instruments.
If you are interested in learning more about this product please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Join the Million Challenge"
From March 22 to April 22 the American Diabetes Association is challenging 1,000,000 people to take the Diabetes Risk Test.
Did you know that 25.8 million Americans have diabetes, in addition an estimated 79 million people have pre-diabetes symptoms and are at risk for developing diabetes. Individuals with diabetes have also been found to have twice the incidence of hearing loss according to the National Institutes for Health (NIH). If you feel you might be at risk for diabetes visit www.diabetes.org and "Join the Million Challenge"