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Meet Tom Kersting

As a national media spokesperson and psychotherapist who has experience with his own hearing loss, Tom has teamed up with HearingLife to spread awareness about our life-changing hearing care and how important it is for people to understand what they gain by treating it. Read Tom’s blog . #HearingGain

 

Kristen Handal, Au.D., CCC-A, NJ Audiologist Lic. #41YA00108500, performs hearing assessment and fitting with customer and spokesperson for HearingLife, Tom Kersting.

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Tell us about your #HearingGain

Have hearing aids helped to improve your quality of life or your relationships? Do you enjoy activities and socializing more now that you can hear well?

We would love to hear about your personal hearing gains and the ways in which your journey to better hearing has changed your life. Your stories not only inspire us, but will motivate others to address their hearing loss so they, too, can experience #HearingGain.

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Our chief audiologist, Dr. Leslie Soiles, shares what you gain by treating hearing loss.

Signs of hearing loss

According to the American Academy of Audiology, on average, people wait 7 to 10 years before seeking treatment for hearing loss. If you’re experiencing any of the signs of hearing loss listed below, take our online hearing test and visit your local HearingLife office to take the first step toward better hearing. You’ll wonder why you waited so long!

  1. Do you struggle to hear certain sounds or syllables?
  2. Can you hear people talking but can’t make out what they are saying?
  3. Are you frequently asking people to repeat themselves?
  4. Is it difficult to hear in noisy situations like parties, restaurants or crowded meeting rooms?
  5. Do you notice a continual ringing in your ears?
  6. Are you always turning up the TV to a volume that bothers others?