How Can Hearing Aids Help Me at Work?

05/24/2024 | Hearing Aids

Did you know that approximately 15% of American adults ages 18 or older report some level of hearing loss? That’s almost 38 million people, about twice the population of New York!

Hearing is an essential part of our daily lives: from driving to cooking to chatting with our loved ones, hearing what’s going on around us keeps us engaged, productive, and safe.

Stronger, clearer hearing will not only help your personal life improve but also your professional life. If you’re a working professional who has been struggling with your hearing, you’re in the right place. We’re here to answer your question about whether hearing aids can help you at work – the answer is yes!

Of course, we understand why people hesitate to seek out hearing care; negative connotations associated with hearing aids are still rampant, especially when you think of a hearing aid and imagine an awkwardly large device buzzing in your ear.

Thankfully, that’s no longer the case. Advanced hearing aid technology is not only much more powerful but also more stylish and discreet.

Even if your hearing loss isn’t to the point of needing hearing aids, professional hearing care can still be useful to keep tabs on your hearing health and make sure you’re looking after it. Hearing aids, if needed, will only boost your productivity and keep you connected to your coworkers.​

How Will Hearing Care and Hearing Aids Help Me?

Think about what happens during your typical workday. Waking up to the sound of an alarm, taking kids to school, driving to work, attending meetings, chatting with coworkers, and driving back home again all require your hearing.

With the help of hearing aids and hearing care, you can take back control of your hearing and make sure you’re listening to the important things in your life – and keeping yourself safe on the busy roads during your morning and evening commutes.

Imagine astounding your coworkers by cracking timely jokes at work socials or getting your work done quickly and efficiently because you heard what was needed of you loud and clear. Another day closer to Friday!

Boost your productivity, drive alert to the traffic, and enjoy social events again all with the help of hearing aids. Hearing care can provide a huge help for many people struggling with hearing loss challenges, so why not see if it could be right for you, too?

​Concerned about Your Hearing?

If you’re reading this and you’re wondering if hearing aids could help you get back to working in fighting form, you could very well be right! Our team at Highline Audiology & Hearing Aids is here to help you along every step of your hearing health journey.

If you have questions you’d like answered or perhaps need some advice about next steps with your unique situation, please feel free to request a callback and a member of our team will reach out with more information.

Don’t want to wait? Call our office at (204) 246-8677.

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Lori Losey Lovato MA, FAAA, Audiologist

Lori is a lifelong resident of the Tri-Cities. She and her husband Anthony are proud to be raising their family here. She attended Washington State University where she received a bachelor’s degree in speech and hearing sciences and her master’s degree in audiology. Lori began practicing audiology in the Tri-Cities in 1993. During this time, she has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including private practice and ear, nose, and throat physicians’ offices. She has spent her career focused on assisting those with hearing difficulties through the use of hearing aids, listening strategies, assistive devices, and counseling. She is experienced in working with both adult and pediatric patients. It is important to Lori to develop close relationships with each and every patient, as she helps them develop better communication strategies to live a fuller life.

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