Staying Social as We Age with Grace

I have noticed that I don’t get out as much, or visit with family, friends, and meet new people as often as I used to. A Harvard Women’s Health Watch reported, “Dozens of studies have shown that people who have satisfying relationships with family, friends and their community are happier, have fewer health problems, and live longer.” Hearing is a challenge for …

Good Reasons to Maintain Your Hearing Early

Larry and Loretta C., of Dewey, AZ write, “Dear Dusty, it has been two years now since I finally got hearing aids from you. I regret putting this off.  I am much more engaged in life and what is going on around me now.  Your staff have been wonderful. You have built a successful business with wonderful customer service to …

Hearing: Supporting a loved one

Hearing decline doesn’t just affect the person who has it. It also affects spouses, family members, co-workers and friends. From frustration with having to repeat things over to heartbreak at seeing someone you care about isolate themselves, the negative effects of hearing decline cast a wide net. Supporting a loved one to seek help is the right thing to do, …