Hi again!

Don’t you think that there has been so much focus on the negative this year? Would you agree, therefore, we could do with a bit of a positivity lift.

We thought as much. Well, here, take 3…

Three Things That Have Kept Us Positive During the Pandemic

#1. When new statewide restrictions came into place in the early spring, the team had to rapidly create new support options, such as our telehealth service, Tele Audiology.

The result of this is that, now, more people are getting access to excellent hearing care, even if they have to remain in their homes for extended periods.

#2. In addition, the restrictions meant that members of our team have been able to spend more time with their families compared to usual.

For everyone, this has been a reminder about the importance of their loved ones, and it has been a blessing to experience this time with them.

#3. Finally, many more Americans have been wearing face masks, and surprisingly, this has meant that a greater number have noticed a hearing loss.

Any light shone on hearing care is a win in our books, and the events of this year have allowed more people to treat their conditions early, before their symptoms worsen.

Three positives for the pandemic – who’d have thought it!

Updates of Interest from Our Office

Once the decorations are up and the spirit is fully lifted, we’ll be celebrating our office(s) staff parties virtually this year, as well as one staff birthday – Happy Birthday, Mary!

Just to let you know, the clinics will be closed on December 24, 25, and January 1 for the holidays. Please let us know if you need an appointment near these dates.

We truly hope you have some wonderful holiday celebrations planned for December and the new year – despite the present constraints.

Struggling for a Holiday Gift?

Of course, the best bit of the holiday season is spending time with loved ones. But let’s be truthful, the second-best bit is giving them a gift that you know they’ll love!

If you have someone in the family with a hearing loss, TV streamers, which send sounds from your television straight to your hearing aids, are a great option!

They’ve been a hit with people during the pandemic, as many have been looking for ways to improve their TV viewing experiences with loved ones.

There are several great options from manufacturers such as Oticon, Phonak, and NuEar.

If you’d like to know more about these potential presents, call your local office, and the friendly team will be all too happy to help.

Riddle Me This!

Everyone at The House of Hearing loves playing games, so we thought we’d extend the fun and smiles on to you by presenting you with a series of riddles to guess…

A)    What is always in front of you but can’t be seen?

B)    What goes up and down but doesn’t move?

C)     What has hands but can’t clap?

Patient Resources

What Are Invisible in the Canal (IIC) Hearing Aids?

Let’s take a look at what makes IIC hearing aids differ from other models and whether they’re right for you…

Learn More…

Common Hearing Aid Problems & How to Fix Them

Many of us are caught up with the misconceptions associated with hearing loss and hearing care, which is why we avoid treatment…

Learn More…

Before we go, from all of us here at The House of Hearing, we’d like to thank you for sticking with us this year, and we truly hope for a happier 2021. Peace and positivity to you, our friend.

Have a question or need help? Then we’re here for you. 

Call us at (801) 657-4175

 
Happy Holidays!

Your Family at The House of Hearing

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Molly LeRoy

Molly LeRoy

Dr. Molly LeRoy has been working in the hearing healthcare field since 1998 where she started as a secretary at the House of Hearing while attending the University of Utah. She soon became a Board-Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist and also obtained her Doctorate in Audiology. As President and Owner of the ENT House of Hearing since 2003, Dr. LeRoy has dedicated over 20 years of her life to delivering superior patient care to every person that walks through the door.