The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) recently invited us to do a webinar on best practice hearing care. We covered a number of topics, including: The problem with hearing care, What to look for in a hearing provider, Understanding hearing aid features, How to improve your care with Hearing Tracker Read more
The not-for-profit "National Hearing Test" is a phone-based service that allows anyone to call in and quickly test their hearing, for the small fee of $5. Skeptical? National Hearing Test a public service that has no financial connection with any hearing products or services.
It is no wonder so many of us avoid having our hearing tested, even if we suspect we might need help. We’re confused about where to get an unbiased hearing test, who should perform it and how much it will cost. Not to Read more
Starkey is in the game again. In April, they released the Starkey Halo, one of the world’s first “made for iPhone” hearing aids; with no intermediary devices necessary. Taking advantage of Bluetooth low energy, and a “proprietary high quality audio streaming protocol” developed by Apple, the Halo is able to stream audio from iPhone 4S and up, and many other Apple devices. Read more
We officially launched HearingTracker.com to the audiology community back in March. After much anticipation, we finally had the chance to introduce Hearing Tracker to the deaf and hard-of-hearing community at the HLAA 2014 in our hometown, Austin, TX!
The concept for Hearing Tracker was developed many years ago, as an ambitious solution for helping hearing impaired consumers connect with top-quality hearing providers and hearing devices. To say we were excited to unveil it - to the population Read more