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People across the country are turning to video calls to chat with friends, family, colleagues and customers. Popular applications like Zoom and Microsoft teams have become the go-to technology to keep in touch during this difficult time.

If you have one of our latest digital hearing aids, you can connect it to Zoom and hear the audio right through your hearing aid!

 

 iPhone®, iPad®

  1. Keep the battery door open so the hearing aid cannot power up.
  2. Turn on Bluetooth
    1. Swipe upwards from the bottom of the screen to reveal the Control Center.
    2. Tap the Bluetooth icon.

3. Detect hearing aids
Now that Bluetooth is activated, go to Settings, tap General, then Accessibility.
Close the battery door to power up your hearing aid so your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch can detect it and then tap Hearing Devices.

4. Start using your video conferencing app 

 

Windows Computer:

  1. Make sure you Hearing Aid in on
  2. Turn on Bluetooth on your PC 
    To do this, select the Start  button, then select Settings  > Devices  > Bluetooth & other devices  and turn on Bluetooth
  3. Start using your video conferencing app

 

Apple Computer:

  1. Make sure you Hearing Aid in on
  2. On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Bluetooth. …
  3. Select the hearing aid device in the list, then click Connect.

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Reminder:

Every 4th Wednesday of the month at the Norwood Senior Center Beth Levine, Audiologist of Hearing Solutions Norwood, will be on-site offering complimentary consultations and hearing aid cleanings/checks!

To sign up, visit the front desk of the Senior Center

or call 781-762-1201



Next Class: Thursday, July 27th @ 10 AM at Hearing Solutions, Norwood office

New User 101

Attending a new user class is a great way for new and existing users of hearing aids to ask questions and get additional support while adjusting to your new instruments.  Experienced users are also encouraged to attend in order to share their knowledge.

IPhone Connectivity Bootcamp

Smart Hearing™ aid technology and hearing aid connectivity have ushered in a new era of opportunity. If you have a ReSound Smart Hearing aid, you can use the ReSound Smart™ app to tailor your hearing experience. Easily. Discreetly. And straight from your phone. This means your hearing aids can connect with your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch and other smartphones to make your hearing aids work like wireless stereo headphones.

Learn How To:

Stream/listen from virtually any sound source: phonecalls, music, audiobooks, facetime, turn by turn directions and much more, directly into your hearing aids.


Hearing Aid Service Clinics:
  • New Pond Village Senior Residences, 180 Main Street, Walpole – Every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 1 pm – 2 pm
  • Norwood Council on Aging, 275 Prospect Street, Every 4th Wednesday of the month
  • Westwood Council on Aging, Senior Center, 60 Nahatan Street, Every 4th Wednesday of the month, April thru December, 2 pm – 3 pm


In the spirit of the giving season, we have three touching stories that reveal just how life-changing hearing aids can be.

We all know that hearing loss can be debilitating, but unfortunately, the extent to which it affects one’s life is sometimes underestimated.



Despite the Bruins’ loss to the Wild last night, our hopes are still high for the season. What is worrisome, though – aside from Chara’s injury – is the pressure for our crowds to get LOUD! As you can see in this picture from last Thursday’s game, our noise meter was slowly jumping. Fans all over are pushed to show their support with noise. And while we can appreciate a pumped-up, loyal crowd, the noise can be dangerous. It can impact one’s hearing and, surprisingly enough, does not guarantee a home-team win. It can even do the opposite.



Date: Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 9 AM – 11 AM

We would like to invite you to attend a complimentary breakfast and hearing wellness seminar; featuring a presentation on hearing loss and introduction of recent innovations in hearing aid technology.

How can something so SMALL have a sound so BIG?

Say hello to the world’s smartest hearing aids

Introducing ReSound LiNX… Enjoy outstanding sound quality – with phone conversations, music, face-time, games, and more – through the use of you Apple device: IPhone (5, 5S, 5C), IPad (4th gen), Touch (5th gen) (Apple products only, other manufacturers handheld personal devices coming soon).

Once your new hearing aids are paired with your IPhone, you can change or alter listening programs, adjust the volume, and even enable the Live Listen feature – which allows you to use the microphone from your device to pick up directed voices or conversations.

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Location: Our Office

100 Morse Street, Suite 104

Morse Park Campus Building

Norwood, MA  02062

781-769-8866

Date: Friday, September 19, 2014 @ 9 AM – 11 AM

Call us now to reserve your seat!

Complimentary continental breakfast will be served

We are looking forward to seeing you.

 

 

Beth

 


Contact Us

  • Email
  • Phone
    781-769-8866
  • Address
    Morse Medical and Technology Center
    100 Morse St. Suite 104
    North Entrance
    Norwood, MA 02062

Hearing Solutions 2019