Author Archives: Living Sounds

Visit Cindy Gordon of CHHA-Edmonton (Canadian Hard of Hearing – Edmonton Branch)

At Living Sounds Hearing Centre, we strive to meet and exceed your needs. As you may well know, we offer a full range of audiological testing, hearing aids, assistive listening devices, and custom ear protection. But — in spite of …

What Customer Service at Living Sounds Hearing Centre Means to Me

I’ve been employed with Living Sounds Hearing Centre for 11 years, and I’ve spent this time training to provide the best customer care to our clients. Everyone at Living Sounds strives to give our clients 110% when it comes to …

Custom Earphones vs. Generic Earbuds

Generic earbuds have certainly improved over the years, but they are still primarily a one size fits all type of thing that may not work with all ear shapes. Depending on the shape of your ear, earbuds can be uncomfortable, …

What’s New?

Living Sounds is excited to now be able to provide The Dashpro! The custom Dashpro is the newest wireless earphone device made by Bragi, tailored by Starkey Hearing Technologies.

This technology has strong premium audio abilities and streams music without …

The Real Value of Customer Service

The team of professionals at Living Sounds Hearing Centre is committed to providing customer service with excellence. Our goal is that each client experiences individual and undivided attention related to their unique hearing needs. We are committed to fulfilling this …

Tips For Effective Communication

Hello everyone! Thank you so much for reading our blog! In the past, we have talked about how to communicate effectively, but effective communication between a person with normal hearing and a person who is hard of hearing does not …

The Hearing Better Journey with Living Sounds

Life without hearing becoming withdrawn; unable to hear voices over that song.
Wondering how it ever got this far, can’t even hear the signal in your car.
Those sweet sounds in life escape your ear, and yet you hesitate out …

Not Hearing in Groups: High Frequency Hearing Loss Increases the Chances of Hearing Problems in Groups

People often tell me they feel their hearing is fine, but that they have trouble understanding other people in noisy environments such as restaurants or family gatherings. This is typically the first sign of hearing loss. We regularly see high-frequency …

Introducing Ear Gear: A Simple Way to Protect Your Hearing Aid(s)

With normal wear, hearing aids are continually exposed to various elements like dandruff, dirt, sweat and moisture. These can all cause damage to the complex electronics of the hearing aid.

Thankfully there’s an easy solution in a product called Ear

GO OILERS GO!!!

Edmonton’s hockey team is on a wild ride and everyone is excited to go along with it. Our ears, however, are not so excited. Along with amazing hockey comes cheering fans with loud voices, as well as noisemakers, horns, clapping …