Bluetooth: The Hopeful Future of Hearing Technology (Virtual) March 5th 4-6pm

DON’T MISS IT! The Boston Chapter HLAA will host a Virtual Meeting to explore how bluetooth is changing the game for hearing technology. Join us to learn more! Bluetooth: The Hopeful Future of Hearing Technology Learn about upcoming Bluetooth LE Audio, dealing with frustrations, and persevering around technology. We may sing “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” but we can try everything to see if we get what we need. presented by Andrea Kaneb hearing technology educator, advocate, and author Gathering Sound Saturday, March 5th 4-6pm via Zoom Zoom link to be sent to mailing list members closer to the date. Newcomers are welcome …

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Consumer Reports evaluates Personal Sound Amplification Products (PSAPS)

Hearing Loss: No More Suffering in Silence? This widespread problem is associated with depression, isolation, and possibly, dementia. We report on affordable solutions and what’s being done to give everyone access to treatment. By Julia Calderone February 02, 2017 Age-related hearing loss has long been thought of as an inevitable part of getting older, more a nuisance than a life-altering medical condition—at least by those not experiencing it. But that’s all changing. In the past two years, the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) and the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) have published reports calling untreated hearing …

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