Tips for Working Remotely With Hearing Loss

The prevalence of remote work has increased tremendously over the past couple of years which involves many people having to make adjustments to accommodate this change. Attending virtual meetings on a regular basis is often required for people that work remotely full-time or in some sort of hybrid position. Virtual meetings can present problems for […]

Navigating the Holidays with Hearing Loss

As we approach the holiday season, it can evoke mixed feelings for people with hearing loss. On one hand, it is an excellent opportunity to spend some quality time with family and friends. On the other hand, holiday gatherings can be quite stressful for those with hearing loss. Large groups and noisy environments can be […]

Convincing Your Parents They Could Benefit From Hearing Aids

Over the past 40 years, the senior population in Canada has almost tripled in size. In many cases, adult children are providing some level of care for their aging parents. This often ranges from assistance with daily activities and routines to focusing on improved health and illness prevention. One of the extremely common and persistent […]

The 5 Stages of Grieving in Relation to Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is an extremely prevalent condition that will likely affect all of us to some degree at some point in our lives. Acknowledging and accepting hearing loss is more difficult for some people than others. Whether hearing loss occurs as part of the aging process, lifestyle or occupation, or even genetics, it can be […]