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Firmware Updates

Posted on December 3rd, 2021

Recent developments in some hearing aid technology provides the ability to have firmware upgrades. This allows the client to upgrade the features of their hearing aids as the manufacturers make improvements and introduce new technology.One of our favorite hearing aids – the Widex Moment, allows for those firmware upgrades. Below are the steps to update […]

We’re Open!

Posted on June 9th, 2020

Emergency Closure

Posted on March 16th, 2020

CHHA National Conference in Halifax This Year!

Posted on April 21st, 2015

Good news: the CHHA (Canadian Hard of Hearing Association) is holding their National Conference in Halifax this year. It will be at the Westin Hotel from May 21-23. For information on the Conference, visit CHHA

An Audio Loop

Posted on April 4th, 2015

An audio (induction) loop is a wire loop (or thin loop pad) attached to an amplifier. It creates a magnetic field that broadcasts sound, in pure, undistorted form, directly to people who are within the loop and have a hearing aid containing a telecoil. Aliant Pioneer Volunteers donate their time to install “audio loops” to […]

Buildings Looped for Audio by the Bell Aliant Pioneers

Posted on April 4th, 2015

Looped Public Buildings – 2014 Bras d’or St. James Christmas Island St. Barra Glace Bay Knox Church Masonic Lodge Newsom United Church Savoy Theatre Warden United Baddeck Knox Presbyterian Church Masonic Lodge St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Iona St. Columba Church South Haven Ephraim Scott Memorial Presbyterian Little Narrows Little Narrows Presbyterian Church Grand River Grand […]

Sounds+ 2012

Posted on April 4th, 2015

Marco Hearing Health Centre’s entire staff has just attended Sounds+ 2012. The 11th Annual Audiology Conference offered international Presenters educating on the latest research in acoustic science and hearing aid development and fittings. They also attended a pre-Conference workshop on Tinnitus Management. Exhibits at the Conference included the latest and most exciting developments in hearing […]

WiSE (Widex Scientific Excellence)

Posted on April 4th, 2015

I was away in April at the first WiSE (Widex Scientific Excellence) seminar held at ORCA in Chicago, Illinois. This seminar was attended by a select group of Audiologists from Canada, US, England, Australia, Belgium, and the Netherlands and was led by clinical researcher Dr. Francis Kuk. We had the opportunity to learn and ask […]