Bimodal Boost

Bimodal Boost Originally Published by Phonak Audiology Blog: Bimodal boost | Phonak Audiology Blog - Phonak Pro - life is on Can your brain can make sense of an amplified acoustic signal in one ear and an electronic signal in the opposite ear? This was a frequent question asked to me. I had the same …

INHALE_EXHALE

Yoga has been the one form of exercise that I steer away from because of my hearing challenges.  I would work up enough anxiety trying so hard to listen and look around trying to follow along, that it really defeated the benefits.  Yoga has listening infused into the whole experience.  The challenge of having a …

Hear! Hear! Happy Birthday to Carrie’s EAR!

Have you ever hosted or attended a 1-year old’s birthday party?  This little one will not remember a thing about the birthday party but will have many extravagant pictures to remember eating the smash cake while surrounded by family and friends singing Happy Birthday!!   Birthdays are a special time and should be celebrated!  I clearly …

Staying Put

STAYING PUT Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash Staying put has been the theme of many of our lives over the past few months. For some, being quarantined has sparked creative projects and solutions. I love seeing pictures of homemade gifts, a “new” furniture upcycle, a fresh coat of bold paint in a room, and …

fearLESS

I have not sat down to write for a while #hearingspanglish.  I cannot believe I am 4 ½ months post activation!!  My last appointment for mapping/programming was right before the state of Ohio went into the Stay at Home order.  COVID 19 has sent a ripple of change into how we all do work and …