As discussed in part 1, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) — and even milder forms of TBI – is considered to be a leading cause of concussion and a fast growing concern among amateur and professional athletes where an increasing number of cases are being reported. If left untreated, TBI can result in cognitive impairment, […]
Audiology Associates’ Dr. Amber Powner offers insights into hearing loss in children and recommendations for parents for having a child’s hearing screened early.
(PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 18, 2016
A child’s ability to hear is a critical part of social, emotional and cognitive development and even a mild or partial hearing loss can affect a child’s overall development. Having […]
Dr. Amber Powner of Audiology Associates discusses the results of recent studies on youth and hearing loss, and points out the need to educate kids about using earplugs.
More than 10 million Americans already have irreversible hearing damage as a result of exposure to loud noise, and according to the latest research, the incidence of acquired […]
Knowing the Signs and Symptoms Linked to Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Can Save Lives By Dr. Peter Marincovich, Ph.D.
The biographical sports film “Concussion” raised public awareness of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) by turning the media spotlight on brain damage suffered by Pittsburgh Steelers Center Mike Webster during his football career, a condition only discovered during […]
Active listening can be taught! We are committed to helping our patients and their companions learn how to effectively communicate with one another, with or without amplification helps. Not only do we provide training on repairing/restoring conversations and environmental counseling, we also have programs that can be completed at home that train the brain […]
Hearing loss causes distinct gaps in communication, especially in the clarity of sound. While a person with hearing difficulties can often hear that something is being said, it is the understanding of content that makes communicating difficult. This is where active listening comes into play.
As adults especially, we take contextual cues to learn […]
Active listening is a crucial component to hearing. At Audiology Associates, we are committed to helping you and your loved ones learn effective strategies to help better the communication in your life, and those around you.
In communication, there is a talker and a listener. But listening is not a linear process; it’s a […]
HOW COMMUNICATION WORKS:
Active listening is a crucial component to hearing. At Audiology Associates, we are committed to helping you and your loved ones learn effective strategies to help better the communication in your life, and those around you. Read More…
WHERE GAPS CAUSE PROBLEMS
Hearing loss causes distinct gaps in communication, especially in the clarity of […]
What is an Audiologist?
Individuals looking for hearing loss treatment face a number of challenges, including medical terms that may be unfamiliar and categories of healthcare professionals that may seem confusing. For instance, what is the difference between an audiologist and a hearing instrument specialist?
Ear Doctors, Audiologists, Hearing Aid Specialists — What’s the Difference?
The types of […]