The air filled with the sweet smells of nutmeg and cinnamon. A joyous spirit and green, red, and blue lights fill your home. You enjoy catching up with your family members as your grandchildren sing, dance and play.
You don’t want to miss any of this memorable celebration.
Are you ready?
Is There Anything You May be Missing?
You try to spend as much meaningful time as possible with family and friends all year, but the holidays are special. Every second is cherished.
Yet the drone of background noise often drowns out the voices of people talking to you. You need to ask them to repeat themselves.
At one point during the festivities your niece and her husband have something important to announce. After they finish speaking, everybody starts to celebrate and congratulate them. As the family cheers, the noise in the room increases.
Your skin gets warm as a puzzled look spreads over your face. You missed the announcement. What just happened?
You want to ask somebody. Whatever it was, it’s important. But missing it the first time has you feeling embarrassed.
It just isn’t the same when somebody has to repeat it. Everybody’s cheering and you don’t want to be disruptive.
You later discover that your niece announced she’s pregnant.
You never know what you’re going to miss this holiday season if you are dealing with hearing impairment.
Prepping For The Holidays
In anticipation, you’ve already purchased presents and planned that big meal. You typically get your shopping done well in advance of the holiday.
You’re decorating your home and planning out zoom calls. Doing all this is significant to you.
But it’s not as important as making sure that you get to enjoy this holiday with friends and family without missing out on the conversation.
You should have your hearing tested sooner than later.
You Shouldn’t Procrastinate – Here’s Why
Even if you have mild hearing loss, we can help you with correct solutions now.
These treatments can help you hear better during the holidays, on calls, or at the store. When there’s lots of background sound, using hearing devices makes it easier to understand what people are saying.
Talking on the phone will then be crystal clear.
Getting started early is always the best bet. Some hearing treatments take a little time to get used to. Getting treated now means you’re prepared when the family starts gathering – either online or at your door. Be sure you don’t lose out on the joy of your grandchildren’s laughter. Don’t feel out of the loop during a major announcement.
Stay in the loop this holiday season. Call us for a hearing assessment.