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Latest Tech for loved ones who are hearing impaired

Approximately 48 million Americans of all ages report some degree of hearing loss, including about 30 school children in every 1,000. You’d be surprised at today’s options for those with hearing difficulties. Ensure your loved ones hear all the sounds of the season with these latest cool gadgets for the holidays.
Here’s our list:
1. Hypersound is an awesome new technology that allows your audiologist to program a unique set of speakers according to a person’s hearing loss, improving sound clarity and speech intelligibility, delivering an immersive audio experience similar to wearing headphones
2. Connected to a regular telephone, CaptionCall provides instant written captions of what callers say on a large, easy-to-read screen. Simply dial and answer calls as usual
3. Halo is a breakthrough hearing aid engineered to connect directly to an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Apple Watch via an easy-to-use app, providing convenient control and effortless connectivity to people with hearing difficulties
4. Invisible-in-the-Canal (IIC) aids are custom-built hearing aids with state of the art technology, which are invisible to the outside world
5. Recreational ear molds are the latest in acoustic technology for audiophiles looking for a critical listening earpiece, or athletes, looking for a hearing option that provides noise protection and remains securely positioned in the ear
GB Audiology, PLLC helps people improve the quality of their lives through better hearing. Their experts diagnose hearing problems and patiently and thoroughly explain their findings and recommendations to you and your family. GB Audiology tests and treats adults and children, and offers additional services, including hearing protection, assistive listening devices and swim molds. They serves all of the surrounding neighborhoods including Great Neck, Little Neck, Bayside, Douglaston, New Hyde Park, Floral Park, Glen Oaks, Whitestone, Roslyn and Manhasset.

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