We Were Featured in the News: Hearing Aids and the Holidays

Published: November 30, 2016
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We were featured in the news. Every year around the around the holidays, concerned family members call us, wondering what steps to take to convince an aging parent or loved one to come in to get a hearing aid. As hearing loss is often a sensitive subject, family members may need to carefully approach the topic in order to minimize the... Read More

Read our Feature in NewsOK & The Oklahoman

Published: August 3, 2016
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There are exciting days ahead for Hear Again, and NewsOK and The Oklahoman recently featured a story discussing these changes. We are thrilled to be expanding our locations to new areas throughout Oklahoma, Southwestern Arkansas, South Missouri, Kansas, and the Texas Panhandle. Learn more about this decision by reading the full story, here. 

Sudden Hearing Loss: When to Be Worried

Published: May 15, 2016
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If you’ve noticed that you or your loved ones are consistently asking for others to repeat what they have said, or the volume is turned up on the television or radio to a point where it is uncomfortably loud for others in the room, you or your loved one may be experiencing sudden hearing loss. Hearing loss often occurs over... Read More

3 Safe Listening Practices for Better Hearing & Speech Month

Published: May 9, 2016
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As technology advances, hearing loss solutions have become a remarkable part of our world. However, even with the best of these advances, it is still important to understand communication disorders and how hearing and speech affect these disorders. Every May, The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association celebrates Better Hearing & Speech Month. The purpose of this initiative is to alert the public... Read More

We were featured on NewsOK & The Oklahoman

Published: April 18, 2016
Did you see the article about our mobile hearing services featured in The Oklahoman and on NewsOK.com? To bring hearing screenings to rural communities across Oklahoma, we have been taking our  services on the road. Every month, specialists travel to communities across Oklahoma, setting up in hotels or local clinics offering hearing services. You can read the full story here.

Common Hearing Aid Questions – Answered

Published: April 15, 2016
My family members think I need hearing aids, but I hear fine. What should I do? It is common for family members and friends to notice your hearing loss before you will. If your loved ones have suggested visiting a hearing specialist, this is a great time to get a free hearing check! What can I expect at a free hearing screening?... Read More

How to Help Loved Ones with Hearing Loss

Published: March 25, 2016
As our loved ones grow older, they often begin to experience gradual hearing loss. While this process is difficult and often foreign to family members, there are ways to minimize and improve the process. With early prevention techniques and education, both those who suffer from hearing loss and their families can learn various ways to spot the signs of gradual... Read More

Hearing Loss Statistics

Published: February 25, 2016
Are you or a loved one experiencing hearing loss? You’re not alone. Explore common hearing loss statistics in the United States and Oklahoma below. If you’re struggling with hearing loss, it’s time to schedule a free hearing test and begin to hear again!

What is Auditory Deprivation?

Published: February 10, 2016
48 million Americans, about 20% of the total population, report some degree of hearing loss. According to the Marke Trax VIII study, by the year 2025 the number of Americans with hearing problems will increase to over 40 million and it is suggested that number will continue to grow over time. The same study found that the majority of individuals with... Read More

Interview with Hearts for Hearing in OKC

Published: January 31, 2016
“If you had told me 30 years ago that a newborn child with a profound hearing loss would be able to listen and talk like a typically developing child, I would not have believed you.” Joanna Smith leans forward in her chair, growing animated as she talks about the changes she has seen in technology since she first began her... Read More