Lyric Hearing Aid Blog

Mon, 02/27/2012 - 17:44

Is your loved one visiting the audiologist for the first time? You can make them more comfortable and confident just by accompanying them to the appointment. You can also help them get more out of their visit by taking notes in case they miss anything and by helping them find answers to important issues.

Tue, 02/21/2012 - 17:12

If you have a loved one with hearing loss, you can take small actions to make a big difference in how well they understand conversations. That’s because their understanding depends not only on their specific type of hearing loss, hearing device use and surroundings, but also on factors like their attention level, emotional state, expectations and fatigue*.

If you know someone with hearing loss, the following tips* may help you communicate with them:

Wed, 02/15/2012 - 12:31

For Sydney mother Fiona Mann, 38, the most devastating consequence of her hearing loss was her inability to hear her young children at night – naturally, a huge concern for any parent. Traditional hearing aids must be removed before the wearer goes to sleep, meaning Fiona was unable to hear anything, less her children after she retired to bed. “My husband often travels with work and I’m alone with my kids overnight.

Wed, 02/08/2012 - 15:31

If you knew you could improve your relationship with a loved one, wouldn’t you? As Professor Dr. Martin Ohlmeier, a specialist in neurology, psychiatry and psychotherapy puts it, “Relatives rightly have a claim to be able, and be allowed, to communicate with their partner or family member. In practice, it is not uncommon for conflict to arise when the relatives can no longer put into practice what is necessary to maintain the relationship they have been used to sharing.

9 out of 10 customers are “very satisfied” with Lyric's sound qualityrBased on a survey of 100 patients who had worn Lyric for at least 30 days