Not all hearing solutions are the same. Learn three important differences between PSAPs and hearing aids.
As travel starts to increase again, it's a good idea to have an understanding of "airplane ear." Pretty much everyone has experienced this sensation at one point or another, but what's going on? Get insight into what's happening with your ears when you fly.
Airplane Ear: Ask the Expert | Miracle-Ear
While attending school as a child and young adult, Alicia Santos excelled in her studies because she had a set of hearing aids to help her hear her teachers and lesson plans. She graduated high school early and received a degree in accounting. Unfortunately, Alicia needed a new set of hearing aids and was soon missing out on critical parts of the world around her. She couldn’t hear her children’s voices and her hearing loss was negatively impacting her job. A visit to the Columbus, Ohio Miracle-Ear center opened new possibilities for Alicia when she was approved for hearing aids through the Miracle-Ear Foundation.
There are three main styles of hearing aids: in-the-ear, receiver-in-canal, and behind-the-ear. Discover the differences between them and find the one that's right for you.
Compare Types of Hearing Aids | Miracle Ear
Get to know your hearing aids a little bit better. Though hearing aids may feel like magic, there's plenty of science happening behind the scenes.
How Do Hearing Aids Work? | Miracle-Ear
Nutrition can affect our hearing. Discover which foods help protect against hearing loss—and which ones to avoid.
Untreated hearing loss has been tied to depression in older adults. Celebrate World Mental Health Day and discover how treating hearing loss can improve your mental health. #WorldMentalHealthDay
How Hearing Loss and Depression are Linked | Miracle-Ear
Tomorrow is World Mental Health Day, and we recognize that individuals living with untreated hearing loss are more likely to experience depression and isolation. For more than 70 years, Miracle-Ear has made it our mission to help people live their best lives and connect with those they love through better hearing. Watch how hearing aids changed the life of a Miracle-Ear Foundation recipient who was living in isolation. #30storiesfor30years #GiftOfSound #WorldMentalHealthDay
Instead of carrying around spare batteries and replacing them every week or so, rechargeable hearing aids let you enjoy daily use without ever worrying about a dead battery needing to be replaced. Learn about all the benefits of rechargeable hearing aids here.
Five Reasons to Choose Rechargeable Hearing Aids | Miracle-Ear
Life is made up of millions of small moments, and hearing aids enhance each one. Use hearing aids to experience quality time with family.
Experts recommend you start wearing hearing protection for repeated exposure to sounds of around 85 decibels (dBs). Learn why it's important for hunters to wear hearing protection this season.
Hunting for Hearing Protection | Miracle-Ear
For 30 years, Miracle-Ear has helped individuals with hearing loss gain access to hearing aids though the Miracle-Ear Foundation. The Miracle-Ear Foundation was created to enhance the life experiences of families and individuals of limited means through the Gift of Sound program. Learn how Virgin Rodriquez regained joy in her life as a recipient of our program. #30storiesfor30years #GiftOfSound
Over-the-counter hearing aids and personal sound amplification devices lack a number of the important distinctions that make hearing aids so useful. Find out the difference between PSAPs, OTC hearing aids and traditional hearing aids from Miracle-Ear.
PSAPs vs. Hearing Aids | Miracle-Ear
14-year-old Colleen Smith has lived with hearing loss since she was a young child. When she was five, her loved ones noticed she was having trouble enunciating words and that she was falling behind in school. Colleen’s teacher suggested a hearing exam, which later confirmed her hearing loss. Thanks to the Miracle-Ear in Daytona Beach, FL, Colleen recently received hearing aids through the Miracle-Ear Foundation. Watch her story: https://bit.ly/3mayi1W #30storiesfor30years #GiftOfSound
On average, it takes someone seven years to seek out medical intervention for slowly progressing hearing loss. You don't have to wait, though. The sooner you treat your hearing loss, the better. Find out from Miracle-Ear if it's time to start considering hearing aids.
Do I Need a Hearing Aid? | Miracle-Ear
A growing body of research suggests a connection between exercise and hearing loss. By practicing these hearing exercises regularly, you can be proactive about protecting yourself from hearing loss as you age.
Hearing Exercises | Miracle-Ear
Deborah’s hearing aids are small enough to go unnoticed, but the improvement they’ve made doesn’t. Now, she catches every word her granddaughter says. Watch Deborah's story.
After struggling with hearing loss since age twelve, 24-year-old Harley Bertolis beamed as she received a brand new set of hearing aids at the Miracle-Ear in Edwardsville, IL, thanks to the Miracle-Ear Foundation. Having to go without hearing aids, Harley struggled socially and in school. But now, thanks to her new hearing aids, she's excited about what her future holds! #30storiesfor30years #GiftOfSound
In a busy and often loud world, it's easy to forget the importance of actively listening to the space around you. Take a breath and discover some inspirational quotes on the art of listening with Miracle-Ear.
Listening and Communication Quotes | Miracle-Ear
When Colette Clemetson wasn’t responding to sounds, smiling or talking as a baby, doctors told her mom that everything was fine, and she was just taking her time. Years later, an official hearing test proved that she did indeed have hearing loss. Thanks to the Miracle-Ear Foundation, she's been given the Gift of Sound. Watch her story here. Video courtesy of KPIX San Francisco News #30storiesfor30years #GiftOfSound
Eddie Hill was having a hard time hearing and couldn't afford hearing aids, but thanks to the Miracle-Ear Foundation and Hearing Care Professional Andrea Albornoz, he's been given the Gift of Sound.
Going to a concert, whether you’re an avid attendee or the musician up on stage, is a fun way to engage with the music and people you love. Learn how to protect your hearing while listening to music or performing.
The Importance of Concert Ear Protection | Miracle-Ear
Hearing aids are older than you think! Take a quick peek at the history of these ever-evolving devices.
Let's debunk the stigma of hearing loss and learn just how much your quality of life could improve with a set of hearing aids.
Debunking Hearing Aid Stigma | Miracle-Ear