With the introduction of the Siya, Oticon found a way of producing a powerful yet affordable hearing aid that delivers superb sound quality to users.
Released in 2018, the Siya is the first hearing aid in the essentials category – behind premium, advanced, and intermediate on the technology level scale – to feature 2.4 GHz Bluetooth® low energy connectivity.
What does that mean? It means the Siya offers a rare combination of affordability, superb wireless connectivity and excellent sound quality, not to mention an extensive array of styles and accessories. The hearing aids connect wearers to many Bluetooth devices, including computers, smart TVs and smartphones. Oticon’s ConnectClip turns the Siya into a wireless headset, letting you make hands-free phone calls or stream music from your phone.
Manatee Ear Center in Bradenton, Florida has the Siya – including its rechargeable batteries – starting at just $1,200. After simply charging overnight, the batteries provide a day’s worth of power so you don’t have to worry about always having disposable batteries on hand.
Not all hearing loss is created equal.
Millions of Americans have hearing loss, but that loss varies from being an inconvenience to being unable to hear anything.
With October’s designation as National Audiology Awareness Month, it’s an ideal time to schedule a hearing evaluation to get a baseline – recommended at age 50 or earlier if you have hearing loss symptoms. From there, make the screening a part of your annual physical process.
Manatee Ear Center in Bradenton, Florida conducts hearing evaluations in both quiet and noisy listening environments to better understand the patient’s level of hearing loss. We will also gather information on the following:
Dining out with friends and family should be a pleasant experience but going out with hearing loss can be frustrating if you don’t take measures to improve your comprehension abilities.
Manatee Ear Center in Bradenton, Florida offers the following tips to help you get the most out of your time at restaurants and parties with loved ones:
- Keep it small: The fewer people there are in your party, the easier it will be to communicate with them. Larger groups not only put you farther away from people you want to talk to, but it’s more difficult to keep up with the conversation. Smaller parties enable you to maintain eye contact and follow what the speaker is saying.
There are many ways you can make communication easier as it relates to loved ones with hearing loss.
Manatee Ear Center in Bradenton, Florida, has compiled these tips to help improve the listening experiences of those with hearing aids or hearing loss:
It should come as no surprise that hearing properly from both ears is much better than hearing only from one.
Binaural hearing (hearing in both ears) is superior to monaural hearing because our brain’s hearing system is designed to use the information from both ears to tell us more information about the sounds (and the source of the sound). Further, those who choose to wear just one hearing aid if they have hearing loss in both ears may experience difficulty with the sound quality they experience.
Manatee Ear Center in Bradenton, Florida would like to remind you that getting your hearing checked with one of our services can improve your quality of life by improving your everyday listening experiences. Here are some of the reasons two is better than one when it comes to your ears’ hearing ability:
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