Audiology Systems, a distributor of audiology and vestibular products and equipment, has been selected as one of 2014’s “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” in the United States.
National Public Radio (NPR) recently featured “El Deafo,” a new book from children’s author and illustrator Cece Bell, who chronicles her own story about growing up with profound hearing loss.
A perspective on hearing aid sales in the age of Big Box retailing by Stuart Motechin, AuD.
What hearing care professionals cannot lose sight of is that you have a proven and comprehensive solution for an extremely detrimental and debilitating (if untreated) chronic health condition: hearing loss.
MED-EL USA announced the FDA approval of the WaterWear waterproof cover for RONDO, the company’s cochlear implant single-unit audio processor.
ADCO Hearing Products transferred ownership in November 2014, and new owner Abby Armijo plans to continue ADCO’s history of great products and services, while expanding its offerings throughout next year.
Some municipal jurisdictions may ban live music in public venues while allowing recorded music to be played, but there are some important differences when considering live versus recorded music, says Marshall Chasin, AuD.
Two former New York City police officers, Jim Phillips and Dan Carione, will have a chance to prove at trial that they should not have been forced to retire because they wore hearing aids—hearing aids that the New York Police Department (NYPD) paid for.
The Hearing Review lists five hearing-related gadgets or ventures that were independently-funded in 2014.
Oticon Inc has introduced a new app for Android that will enable people who use Oticon wireless hearing instruments to connect to smartphones, tablets, and other Android-powered devices.