Hearcare Blog

5 Things You Should Know Before Getting Hearing Aids

Since hearing loss is different for everyone, recommendations can vary from person to person.


More Than One Type of Hearing Loss? Say What?!

There are actually four different types of hearing loss; Auditory Processing Disorders, Conductive, Sensorineural and Mixed. So, what’s the differen


Improvements in Hearing Technology

The Influence of Rochester’s Technology on People who Experience Hearing Loss

Learn more about technological advances in hearing loss happening here in Rochester, N.Y.


How to Tell if a Loved One Needs a Hearing Aid

How to Tell if a Loved One Needs a Hearing Aid

Hearing aid devices tend to have a stigma surrounding them that can delay or even prevent someone from recognizing and admitting they need...


Untreated Hearing Loss Can Lead to Depression

If Not Treated, Hearing Loss Can Lead to Depression

A study completed in 2016 by the National Councel of the Agining (NCOA) showed that untreated hearing loss in older people led to negative emotiona...


types of hearing aids

Digital Hearing Aids vs Analog Hearing Aids

We often get questions regarding the differences in digital vs analog hearing aids. While both are effective, they each have their positiives and n...


Managing Hearing Loss During the Holidays

Managing Hearing Loss During the Holidays

The holidays can be a tough time for people who are hard of hearing, but it doesn’t have to be.


Common Misconceptions About Hearing Loss

Common Misconceptions About Hearing Loss

Don't assume the stereotypes are right, be sure to look into something if you feel like it's not true - you're probably right.


Lip-Reading for Those with Hearing Loss

How Lip-Reading Can Help Those with Hearing Loss

Lip-reading can be very beneficial to people who have had hearing loss their entire life, or if they are just now experiencing it later in life...


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Helping Your Child with Hearing Loss Succeed This School Year

Hearing loss shouldn’t slow your child down when returning to school for the new year.


Hearing Aids in the Summer

As we are all still trying to hold on to the last few weeks of summer, it’s important to get a little reminder on what not to do with hearing aid...


Hearing checkup

How Often Should You Get Your Hearing Checked?

The Association of Independent Hearing Healthcare Professionals recommends that 18 to 45-year old’s get their hearing checked every 5 years...


Hearing Aid Batteries

Why To Buy Hearing Aid Batteries from Your Audiologist

Most hearing aids need a hearing aid battery to work and they come in different sizes depending on they type and size of the hearing aid.


Sudden Hearing Loss

Coping with Sudden Hearing Loss

According to the American Hearing Research Foundation, sudden hearing loss is a loss "greater than 30 dB hearing reduction...


Tinnitus - Ringing in the Ear

What is Tinnitus and How Is It Treated?

Simply put, tinnitus is a ringing in the ears. However, it may not just be a ringing sound, but can also be a buzzing, hissing, clicking, whistling...