We are so happy that another paper was just published in the American Journal of Audiology on the “Assessment of Hearing Health Care Needs in Rural West Central and South Alabama” by Marcia Hay-McCutcheon, Emma Brothers of the Hear Here Alabama project and Rebecca S. Allen of the Alabama Research Institute on Aging. What are we talking about? Purpose: Hearing loss has become a significant public health concern because of its association with physical health, cognition, and emotional well-being. Age-related […]
Our office is closed on Monday for Memorial Day. We will be back on Tuesday with another hearing screening in Linden at Papa’s Foods.
We celebrate Better Hearing & Speech Month in May to raise awareness about hearing and speech disorders which can impact any age of life! We hope to encourage others to celebrate their hearing health through hearing education and prevention. Early identification and diagnosis of hearing loss is an important first step in taking charge of your hearing health! Do you want to know more? Visit Hearing Resources on our website and learn about how we hear, hearing loss and prevention. […]
Surrounded by bright flowers blooming and sweet smells but you may also notice the sounds of spring. Birds are chirping and the bees are buzzing but what you also hear is the roaring of lawn mowers, blowing of leaf blowers, and other loud sounds that can be harmful to your hearing! Did you know that exposure to these loud sounds in as little as one minute can have damaging, permanent effects on your hearing? The good news is there are […]
Wishing everyone a safe and fun Spring Break. We will return all phone calls when we are back on March 20th.
“Ear and Hearing Care for all – Let’s make it reality” this is the motto from the World Health Organization (WHO) for World Hearing Day today Friday, March 3, 2023! The Hear Here Alabama Project continues to make this motto a reality for rural communities in the state of Alabama. In America today, hearing loss affects 48 million people, or 1 in 7 Americans. The Hear Here Alabama Project has made advancement in the 2023 year, beginning the very first […]