March 12, 2020

COVID-19 Update

With the World Health Organization declaring COVID-19 a global pandemic, we want to let you know that the safety of our staff and clients is our top priority. We have been monitoring the spread of COVID-19 in Eastern Ontario, and were quick to reschedule all […]
February 25, 2020
Presbycusis - age related hearing loss

Presbycusis and it’s effects on speech understanding

What is Presbycusis? Presbycusis is a pattern of hearing loss found in older adults, also known as age related hearing loss. The natural degeneration of the hearing system as we age is common. A typical onset of presbycusis can go unnoticed for 2-5 years. The […]
January 31, 2020
Whether it is a landline or a mobile phone, modern hearing aids are more compatible with the telephone than ever before

Hearing Loss and the Telephone; A Complicated Relationship

For hearing aid users, using the telephone can be a challenging task. Proper placement, speaker phone, environmental noise are all things one must consider when answering a phone call. Speech understanding over the telephone can be difficult for individuals with normal hearing. It can be […]
January 28, 2020
Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser walk

Coldest Night of The Year 2020

On February 22, 2020 – We Walk to Make a Difference! The Coldest Night of the Year is a family-friendly walk that raises money for charities serving hungry, homeless, and hurting people in local communities across Canada. A team of Davidson Hearing Aid Centres staff […]
January 28, 2020
group sitting around working on a project

Untreated hearing loss increases daily fatigue

Managing Fatigue and Hearing Loss Increased hearing difficulties linked to the presence of a hearing loss can introduce cognitive and physical efforts that cause a strain on ones mental and physical state. We often feel tired after going to a concert or speaking with friends […]