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N is also for: New Technology

Did you know that when you put the phone up to your ear, the hearing aid can give a fuller, clearer sound by automatically sending the sound into your other ear as well? Have you heard about the hearing aid that connects to the internet and alerts you to the GPS coordinates of where you lost it? What about the almost invisible, sleek appearance of today’s hearing aids that causes you to miss about 75% of wearers on the street?

These are NOT the old clunky, whistling hearing aids that you remember.

From speech clarity, to music, to rechargeable batteries, there are so many new customizable features to hearing systems. Dr. Kupfer regularly attends conferences by the leading manufacturers to learn and test drive the latest trends and offerings in hearing research. With this knowledge in mind, she is able to select the perfect technology to suit your lifestyle and budget.

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Starkey Regional Summit, 9/27/2016
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C is for CaptionCall

Having a hard time hearing over the phone, but feeling uneasy about seeking help for just that? We have the perfect tool for you, and it is available at no cost to anyone with a certified hearing loss. Call 917-791-1510 and we will happily tell you about this federally funded program which provides high tech amplified, captioning telephones to those who need.

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