How Can Hearing Aids Help Me at Work?

04/29/2024 | Hearing Aids

If you’re reading this, chances are that you’re a hardworking professional wondering if your hearing loss challenge can be treated with hearing aids – and whether hearing aids could help you improve your work life.

Our answer is yes, hearing aids can help you at work, and in more ways than one!

From understanding important meetings better, listening to instructions, and hearing the noises of the road during your morning commute, hearing better with the help of personalized treatment and assistive technology can help you boost productivity and improve your work life.

Of course, nobody’s jumping at the chance to wear their first hearing aids; a lot of people still associate hearing aids with negative stigmas associated with aging. When you first think of an individual wearing hearing aids, you probably don’t think of a businessman or woman doing it!

However, the image of a clunky, off-white hearing aid is no more. Advanced hearing aid technology is not only more powerful but also much more discreet; unless people know you’re wearing them, they’re basically invisible.

How Can Professional Hearing Care Help Me Work Better?

Understanding your current range of hearing with the help of a comprehensive hearing assessment can help you see what your ears and hearing health need to succeed, both in and out of the office.

Our hearing assessments are detailed examinations of your ears so we can make sure you’re hearing everything you need to – and everything you want to.

Imagine wowing your coworkers with your quick turnaround on tasks because you understood instructions on the first listen or cracking fun jokes during work meetings over Zoom or in person.

Hearing properly is important to doing several things each day, from driving to work to watching TV at home and chatting with coworkers and family alike. Being able to hear what’s going on around you will not only keep you productive in the office, but it’ll also keep you safe in the world.

Hearing assessments and professional hearing care have been proven to help people get back to work with a spring in their step and clearer, stronger hearing. I personally have seen dozens of patients come in for their first appointment feeling skeptical – but they always leave smiling.

With the help of hearing care, you can prevent falling behind and start working at full listening capacity once more. If that sounds like something you need—you read this far, after all!—then contact us today. We’re happy to help you, every step of the way.

How Alaska Hearing and Tinnitus Center Can Help You

If you’re concerned about how your hearing loss challenge could be affecting your work life, you’re not the only one – we see dozens of people across Alaska who need help with their hearing, and we’re here to help you, too.

For questions or concerns about your hearing and hearing care, or if you’d like some advice for your unique situation, feel free to request a callback and a member of our team will get in touch with more information.

Don’t want to wait? You can call us at (907) 522-4357 for a more immediate conversation.

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Dr. Emily E McMahan

Dr. McMahan attended the University of Cincinnati where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2009. She furthered her professional education by obtaining her Doctorate of Audiology from Salus University in Philadelphia in 2013. She completed her residency in Anchorage and has been applying her expertise to her patients in the Pacific Northwest for several years. Whether you need hearing testing, hearing aids, or assistance with managing tinnitus in your daily lives, Dr. McMahan is qualified to assist you!

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