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  1. What is Sensorineural Hearing Loss

    What is Sensorineural hearing loss occurs when there is damage to the inner ear or to the nerve pathways from the inner ear to the brain. Most of the time, Sensorineural hearing loss cannot be medically or surgically corrected. This is the most common type of permanent hearing loss. Sensorineural hearing loss reduces the ability to hear faint sounds. Even...
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  2. What Hearing Loss Sounds Like

    What hearing loss sounds like  - This video you will hear a number of sound simulations - via a conversation with Fred, Daphne, Scooby Doo, Shaggy and some monster - courtesy of Scooby Doo/Warner Brothers.   This video will give you an insight into what it is like living with hearing loss. Many people, especially those with age-related hearing loss, lose...
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  3. Audicus, an Honest Review from Marcus Lemonis, "The Profit" Youtube Interview

    Audicus, an Honest Review from Marcus Lemonis, "The Profit" Youtube Interview Mr. Patrick Freuler, President, CEO $2 million in sales Cost of Goods is $300 I suspect its closer to $350 Because these are the Siemens Open Fits and RICs, Add - $25 for tubes tips, batteries, shipping labor to program So Total COG $375 Cost of acquisition (cost to...
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  4. Article about Hearing Aid Dry Aids

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  5. 3 Year Old Video of Walter Bergeron - GKIC Marketer of the Year

    This was filmed in 2012, he was at $1 million in sales, Shortly after he won the title GKIC Marketer of the Year, a buyer made an offer of $10 million to purchase Power Control Services.
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  6. Hearing Aids Will it Blend?

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  7. Just for laughs

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  8. Free phones available Illinois residents with hearing loss

    Free phones available Illinois residents with hearing loss Free amplified phones are available through the Illinois Telecommunications Access Corporation program. Qualified individuals must be legal residents of Illinois, have a doctor’s or audiologist’s signature verifying hearing loss and have standard phone service in the residence. There are no age or income restrictions. An open house will be from 9 a.m...
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  9. 3 Ways to Hear Better During Conversation with Others

    3 Ways to Hear Better During Conversation with Others Face the speaker. Make sure you can see the persons face clearly. Experts have shown that seeing a speaker enhances comprehension. Resist the urge to re-actively say “What?” or “Sorry?” Pause for a second. Think about the context. Think about the words you did understand. Try to fill in the blanks...
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  10. Top 10 Facts On Hearing Loss

    Top 10 Facts On Hearing Loss Almost 50 million Americans have hearing loss in at least one ear, including 1 in 5 teenagers. 60% of veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan come home with hearing loss and tinnitus; it is the #1 war wound. Depression and isolation are common among those with hearing loss. Those with a mild hearing loss...
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