NPR Story Highlights: Hearing Aid Innovation | Starkey Blog
National Public Radio's Morning Edition aired an excellent story yesterday on the incredible advances of hearing aids and hearing aid technology over the past 30 years. The story discusses how composer Richard Einhorn has been able to continue his work as a musical composer and other daily activities with the help of a hearing aid and other devices despite suffering from sudden hearing loss.
An app to find the perfect date-night venue | Starkey
What’s your biggest complaint about dining out? Is it bad service? High prices? Overcrowding? Check out this app that helps you find the perfect date-night venue!
Where to Buy Hearing Aids
Where to buy hearing aids — online or from a hearing professional? We walk you through why seeing a hearing health professional is the best option when purchasing hearing aids.
Simple Ways To Improve Your Practice | Starkey Blog
Today's guest post is from Dr. Gyl Kasewurm. Dr. Kasewurm started her hearing care practice 30 years ago in St. Joseph, MI immediately following graduation from Western Michigan University. Despite being located in a rural community of only 10,000 people, her single office generates 10 times the gross revenue of the average practice in this country. Dr. Kasewurm is a well known author and sought after speaker and prides herself on her advice on taking a practice from Fine to Fabulous! You can follow her on Twitter @gylkasewurm
5 Bucketlist Items for Audiology Students
Audiology school goes by in the blink of an eye. Between studying, internships, and social activities, there is not much time to spare, which makes every day so valuable. Here’s my list of the five things every Au.D. student should attempt to accomplish before graduation into real life.
Meet Movers & Shakers at the 2018 Hearing Innovation Expo
2018 Expo movers and shakers include renowned entrepreneur and investor Daymond John, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, and TV Personality and Super Bowl Champion Michael Strahan, all have one trait in common: ambition.
Sporting Events- Louder Than You Think!
How loud are sporting events really? Audiologist Lindsay Prusick takes a look at how loud our favorite sports can really get and how that can impact hearing loss.
Dear Dad, Thanks for My Hearing Loss
My father has given me the ability to be proud of my hearing loss and of my hearing aids. He has shown me how a disability does not define someone, but rather how one can define it.
Hearing Innovation Expo Day 3: Business and Growth Strategies
The final day of the Hearing Innovation Expo focused on business and growth strategies that can help lead to entrepreneurial success.
Halo Made for iPhone Hearing Aid News
In just a month since being released, Halo, our Made for iPhone hearing aid, has made a remarkable impact in the marketplace. We are thrilled with the positive response it has received from consumers and hearing professionals alike. Halo has also captured the attention of some of the most influential media outlets in the country. In the past month, Halo has been the focus of numerous articles including features in the New York Times, the Atlantic, San Francisco Chronicle, re/code, Information Week, Minneapolis Star Tribune and St. Paul Pioneer Press.