It’s Erika Shakespeare here from Audiology and Hearing Aid Associates.
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our new monthly newsletter. Each month, I’ll bring you all the latest news from our practice and the amazing world of audiology directly to your inbox.
Our newsletter isn’t the only thing that’s new, though. Our new website is now live, and it features information about hearing loss, our practice, hearing aids, and so much more. You can check it out by clicking here.
Share the Love
This month is all about love and the special people in our lives. But how does this relate to hearing?
Why not encourage your loved ones to get a head start on their hearing health – even if they think that their hearing is good – by seeing us for a hearing test.
A baseline test will mark the beginning of their new hearing journey and give us something to compare their hearing to at future visits. This way, we can address the slightest of problems before they become larger ones.
Yes, the gift of good hearing is the perfect way to say “I love you” this Valentine’s Day, and we would be pleased to meet those dearest to you.
Cross our hearts, your loved ones will be in good hands and they’ll be grateful for your encouragement and support. Simply give us a call at (541) 612-7555 to book their appointment today.
Let’s see what else we have to share with you this month…
Latest Patient Resources
Hearing Aid Styles and Types: You Really Do Have A Choice!
Hearing aids have come a long way in the past twenty years, giving you a wide range of styles to choose from. Here is a look at today’s remarkable devices.
Audiologist Vs. Hearing Aid Dispenser: What’s The Difference?
When you decide you need a hearing test, selecting the right care provider is very important. In this article, we compare your options to help you make the right decision for yourself.
Hearing Health Tip
With winter weather often comes illness, and for many, it comes in the form of an ear infection.
In cold weather, our blood tends to circulate less frequently, so trapped moisture or bacteria in the ears can lead to an ear infection.
Most cases can be treated with antibiotics, while the best cure for a cold or the flu is rest, medication, and plenty of fluids.
We love what we do here at Audiology and Hearing Aid Associates, so hearing positive feedback from our patients makes our job all that more rewarding.
“Erica and her staff are well beyond AMAZING! Everyone there treats you more like a friend rather than a patient. I just received my new hearing aids and they are absolutely awesome. I’m hearing sounds I haven’t heard in a long time. The best thing is when you have an appointment you will never feel rushed or pushed thru. I just can’t say enough good things about these people. I will not go anyplace else. I highly recommend Erica and her staff. If this had a rating of 100 stars I would rate them at 100. It don’t get any better than right here.”
~ Larry Jacobson
“Such a caring, experienced and fun group of audiologists.”
~ D.r. Weis
If you’ve visited us recently, we would love it if you could write a review on our Facebook page. It will only take a few minutes, and your kind words just might inspire someone to begin their journey to better hearing.
Each month, we’ll select a few of the latest reviews and share them in our newsletter. To get started, simply click the button below.
And That’s a Wrap!
Thank you for taking the time to read our newsletter – we hope it’s been a useful and enjoyable read.
Until next month,
Erika Shakespeare and the entire team at Audiology and Hearing Aid Associates
Do you experience a ringing, buzzing, or hissing sound in your ears? If so, you may have tinnitus.
Although tinnitus can disrupt your daily life, there are ways to manage it.
To find out how we can help, click the button to book an appointment with us..