4. Another big hit was Lisa A. Goldstein’s article, “Phonak releases new Virto Paradise hearing aids.” At Phonak, we strive to keep the community updated on new releases and the latest news on Phonak products. Here, Lisa writes about Phonak’s new Virto Paradise hearing aids, and its high quality features.
At Phonak, we strive to keep the community updated on new releases and the latest news on Phonak products.
6. “How to cope with hearing loss and noise” by Danielle Guth came in at number 6. The world is a noisy place. For people with hearing loss and hearing technology, coping with that noise can be a challenge.
8. Published by Melanie Ashford, “Enjoy summer with waterproof hearing aids” was another popular article. For so long, hearing aids have not been waterproof, which meant that users had to take them out when swimming. Now they don’t have to with waterproof hearing aids.
9. Also written by Melanie Ashford is “Understanding rechargeable hearing aid batteries.” Have you ever debated whether to get rechargeable batteries or stick to disposable ones? Melanie gives us the down low on how rechargeable hearing aid batteries actually work.
10. Finally, at number 10 on our list of Top 10 Hearing Like Me posts of 2022, we have “Hearing aid charms create confidence” by Janna Cowper. Who says you can’t express yourself and your individuality with your hearing aids? Janna shows us a creative option for adding some spark to our technology through hearing aid charms.
Hi, my name is Danielle! I’m an Psy.D. graduate psychology student with an immense passion for writing and helping and inspiring others in any way I can. I am an anti-bullying and mental health advocate, blogger, and public speaker through my personal blog and social media campaign, “Compassionately Inspired”. I was born with a severe conductive hearing loss and hope to inspire others both in the hard of hearing and deaf community as well as the hearing community. “Everybody has a story”; that’s my motto and I hope my stories inspire you in one way or another.
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