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Esther Kelly talks ClearSounds Products at the HLAA Convention in Austin, Texas

sther Kelly is a resource specialist at the Deaf Action Center in Dallas, Texas. Author and award winning speaker, Esther has developed and implemented numerous programs designed to meet the unique needs of her clients, presenting her acclaimed “Hearing Loss in Action – Beyond Methodology” to countless groups, organizations and community colleges. Ms. Kelly has … Continue reading Esther Kelly talks ClearSounds Products at the HLAA Convention in Austin, Texas → The post Esther Kelly talks ClearSounds Products at the HLAA Convention in Austin, Texas appeared first on Clear Sounds.

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Photos from HLAA – Quattro Presentation

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Thinking Outside of the Packaged Product’s Box

by A.U. Bankaitis, PhD Audiologist, Blogger, & VP of Oaktree Products, Inc. Recently, a customer was seeking a wireless communication solution for her clinical practice that would enable an audiologist to privately communicate with another audiologist during pediatric assessments. Specifically, the audiologist sitting outsideof the audiometric booth (at the audiometer) needed a means to relay … Continue reading Thinking Outside of the Packaged Product’s Box → The post Thinking Outside of the Packaged Product’s Box appeared first on Clear Sounds.

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Hearing Loss Is Not A Harmless Condition

by Michele Ahlman, President of ClearSounds Communications  Older people with untreated hearing loss are at a much greater risk for developing dementia over time than those who can hear well according to a study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the National Institute on Aging. According to leading researcher Dr. Frank Lin, compared … Continue reading Hearing Loss Is Not A Harmless Condition → The post Hearing Loss Is Not A Harmless Condition appeared first on Clear Sounds.

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