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Volume 3

Don’t Make Us Beg

Gael Hannan points out that consumer advocates want to work with the hearing health industry to bring about change but Canadians with hearing loss are waiting. Please, don’t make them beg.

Volume 2

Breaking the 2 Meter Hearing “Bubble”

Hearing loops expert Bill Droogendyk explores the importance of “Breaking the 2 Meter Hearing “Bubble”

From Good to Great and the Right to Hear Everything

Peter writes that his fellow audiologist the skills and the technology to achieve great results but need to become less complacent to achieve great things.

Love Poem to Hearing Aids

Gael Hannan debunks an urban myth that people who use hearing aids dislike them with her wonderful Love Poem to Hearing Aids.

Volume 1

Music and Hearing Loss: What Works for Me

17-year-old musician Kyle McVea tells us what works for him when it comes to performing with hearing aids.

A Hearing Aid Solution for Music

Marshall Chasin writes about how True Input technology from Widex is allowing musicians, and those who like to listen to music, to receive an amplified signal that is effectively distortion free.

Bluetooth Technology – Part I

Wayne Staab and Steve Armstrong answer the questions “What is So Great About Bluetooth?”

How I Hear It

Gael Hannan explores the mysteries of hearing loss, communications strategies, and what life might be like without the good work of hearing loss professionals.