Resources

Our hearing resources educate patients on hearing loss treatment, hearing aids and many audiology services that are available in the hearing industry.

Hearing Loss FAQs

Q – What is tinnitus? A – Tinnitus, or ringing in the ear is not a disease, but a symptom which can result f...

Hearing Aid Daily Care Checklist

Hearing aids are a valuable investment. At Hearing Aid Specialists of CT, we want you to get the most out of your hearin...

Facts about Dizziness & Vertigo

Have you ever found yourself asking “Why am I dizzy?” Maybe you’ve experienced problems with your balance. You mig...

Lifestyle Comparison

The Right Treatment Plan to Suit Your Listening Lifestyle As you reclaim your life and overcome hearing impairments, you...

Binaural Hearing Explained

Binaural hearing sounds complicated, but it just is refers to how we hear using both ears. Our binaural hearing allows u...

College Guide for Students with Hearing Loss

Going off to college is a very exciting moment in most people’s lives. If you have hearing loss or wear hearing aids, ...

Communications Tips for Friends & Family

Conversations come easily to most people, but for those with hearing loss, it can sometimes be confusing, frustrating, a...

Early Hearing Loss Prevention and Detection

Hearing loss affects the young and old. Although hearing loss and hearing aids is often associated with older adults, it...

Finding the Right Hearing Aid for You

Getting ready for your hearing aid fitting appointment? It’s important to know and understand what you should expect. ...

FREE Hearing Loss Prevention Checklist

Hearing Aid Specialists is here for you for all aspects of your hearing health. We don’t only focus on hearing loss as...

Glossary of Hearing Loss & Hearing Aid Terms

Aa Acoustic Meaning related to sound or the sense of hearing. Acoustic Nerve The vestibulocochlear nerve also known as t...

Guide to Learning Sign Language

Sign language is a great tool to have that helps you with communication when you are dealing with hearing loss. It helps...

Guide to Watching & Listening to TV with Hearing Aids

Dealing with hearing loss while watching TV can be difficult to navigate. Simply turning up the volume on the TV isnR...

Hearing Aid Features 101

The recent advances in technology have greatly expanded the range of hearing aid features available on the market today....

Allergies & Hearing Loss

If you suffer from seasonal or environmental allergies, then you are familiar with the common symptoms an allergic react...

Aural Rehabilitation

Aural rehabilitation is sometimes referred to as A.R. or aural rehab, and the objective is to reduce and regulate the ef...

Benefits of Hearing Aids

If you or a loved have hearing loss, it is important to seek treatment. Untreated hearing loss can bring a number of cha...

Frequently Asked Questions / FAQ

Q – What is tinnitus? A – Tinnitus, or ringing in the ear is not a disease, but a symptom which can result f...

Hearing Aid Fitting Process: What To Expect

Getting ready for your hearing aid fitting appointment? It’s important to know and understand what you should expect. ...

Hearing Aid Maintenance Guide

Proper maintenance of your hearing aid can significantly extend the life of the device. It can also ensure the device is...

Hearing Loss & Hearing Aid Statistics

According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), it is estimated that in the U...

Hearing Loss & Hearing Aid Travel Guide

Are you planning a trip in the near future? There are things to consider when you are traveling with hearing loss or hea...

Hearing Loss Diagnosis & Treatment

Learn about what to expect when you schedule an appointment to come in to our clinic for a hearing assessment. We are he...

Hearing Loss Related Links & Online Resources

Browse through the following hearing health related links which can provide some additional insight and education for th...

Hereditary / Genetic Hearing Loss Explained

Hearing loss is usually associated with ageing or we focus a lot on noise-induced hearing loss; however, hearing loss ca...

How Untreated Hearing Loss Affects Daily Lives

Whether it’s your personal life, your job, or even your physical health & safety, your hearing plays a very import...

How Your Ears Work

How your ears work is a complicated process. We believe that education is the key to helping you understand how to best ...

Myths vs. Facts about Hearing Loss

There are many different myths out there about hearing aids and hearing loss. At Kenwood Hearing, we are here to help yo...

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Sound is what we hear when vibrations from the source of the sound travel through the air and reach our ears. Noise is t...

Rechargeable vs. Disposable Hearing Aid Batteries

With so many advancements in technology, today’s hearing aids include a wide range of features that were not even avai...

The Average Lifespan of a Hearing Aid

When determining which pair of hearing aids to buy, everyone should consider how long hearing aids will last, but note, ...

Untreated Hearing Loss

According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), over 48 million Americans (ab...

What is Live Speech Mapping?

Today, many hearing care professionals are equipped with new technologies and methods which help make hearing healthcare...

What is Pulsatile Tinnitus?

If you have a “whooshing” or “thumping” sound in one or both of your ears that follows a steady rhythm, you may ...

Why Choose Hearing Aid Specialists?

Why Choose Us: 7 Reasons to Visit Hearing Aid Specialists? Reason #1 We believe that educating patients leads to the bes...

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The purpose of this hearing assessment and/or demonstration is for hearing wellness and to determine if the consumer may benefit from using hearing aids, which may include selling and fitting hearing aids. Products demonstrated may differ from products sold. Assessment conclusion is not a medical diagnosis and further testing may be required to diagnose hearing loss. The use of any hearing aid may not fully restore normal hearing and does not prevent future hearing loss. Hearing instruments may not meet the needs of all hearing-impaired individuals.