Make your house a hearing house

Make your house a Hearing House

Residents of Central Wisconsin look to The Hearing House for technologically advanced hearing healthcare with a warm, personal touch. Schedule your free hearing evaluation with us. If you have no hearing loss, we will tell you. If the cause of your hearing problem appears to be one that requires medical attention, we will let you know. If hearing aids are indicated, we will provide you with the best service and follow-up care anywhere.

The Hearing House carries a selection of digital hearing aids to suit different types and severities of hearing loss as well as other requirements of each individual. Once we identify your needs, we select the appropriate instrument from Siemens Hearing Instruments or several other fine brands of hearing aids we carry. You can purchase with confidence knowing that free service for the life of your hearing aid is included in the purchase price.

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Screening Questions Fail to Identify Teens at Risk for Hearing Loss – 1.6 days ago

Subjective screening questions do not reliably identify teenagers who are at risk for hearing loss, according to researchers at Penn State College of Medicine. The results…

So, You Think You Can Clap to the Beat? – 3.6 days ago

Why beat deaf individuals are unable to keep a beat or tap along with music.
Bobbing your head, tapping your heel, or clapping along with the music is a natural response for…

UB Researcher Is Developing An Online Singing Test That Evaluates Accuracy Of Pitch – 5.6 days ago

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Most people rarely sing publically outside of a duty-bound rendition of “Happy Birthday.” And since that particular song is usually offered…

COS and NTID Receive Nearly $400,000 to Produce Supplemental Online Learning Tools – 1.1 weeks ago

Visual aids will be created to help deaf and hard-of-hearing students learn statistics.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $399,986, three-year grant to RIT’s…

Sight & Hearing Association Releases Annual Noisy Toys Study – 1.4 weeks ago

November 26, 2014 - Saint Paul, MN -  18 out of 20 toys tested are louder than 85 dB, the level set by the National Institute of Occupational Health and…

RIT/NTID Receives Grant to Study Effects of Negative Stereotypes on Deaf Students – 1.7 weeks ago

UR will collaborate to determine if stereotype awareness hinders performance.
If members of a social group are aware that people have negative opinions about their ability to…

Children Understand Familiar Voices Better than those of Strangers – 1.9 weeks ago

Familiar voices can improve spoken language processing among school-age children, according to a study by NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development….

Scientists Restore Hearing in Noise-Deafened Mice, Pointing Way to New Therapies – Thu, Dec 4th 2014

U-M-led team shows key role of protein called NT3 in ear-to-brain communication, and as a target for future treatments.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Scientists have restored…

Lessons in Laughter: The Life and Times of Bernard Bragg – Tue, Dec 2nd 2014

The world was his stage for deaf performer, playwright and director Bernard Bragg.
He dazzled audiences as the co-founder of the world renowned National Theater of the Deaf,...

The Rights of Public School Students to Effective Communication – Sun, Nov 30th 2014

November 12, 2014 - The U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division together with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights and Office of…

New Website Invites Young Australians to Check their Hearing Habits – Fri, Nov 28th 2014

Melbourne - Today in an Australian first, young Australians now can now use an online noise risk calculator to discover if they are at risk of developing hearing loss…

Family Needs Assessment Highlights Challenges for Families – Tue, Nov 25th 2014

The AG Bell Family Needs Assessment study sheds new light on the perceptions of families with children who are deaf and hard of hearing about the quality and availability of…

HLAA Signs Historic Agreement on Movie Captioning – Sun, Nov 23rd 2014

In an historic first, Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) along with the National Association of the Deaf (NAD), the Association of Late Deafened Adults (ALDA), the…

ASHA Engages With World Health Organization on Hearing Protection Effort – Fri, Nov 21st 2014

ASHA’s Listen To Your Buds Campaign To Be Cited As Effective Tool. WHO Initiative Will Seek To “Make Listening Safe” During Leisure Activities.
Rockville, MD – November 3,...

David and Carol Myers Foundation Endorses H.R. 5304 – Wed, Nov 19th 2014

The Academy of Doctors of Audiology is pleased to announce that the David and Carol Myers Foundation has formally endorsed H.R. 5304, the Audiology Patient Choice…

Lack of Thyroid Hormone Blocks Hearing Development – Mon, Nov 17th 2014

TAU researchers discover that a genetic form of deafness is due to absence of thyroid hormone.
Fatigue, weight gain, chills, hair loss, anxiety, excessive perspiration …

National Math Competition for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students – Sat, Nov 15th 2014

RIT has hosted popular contest for middle school students for eight years.
Middle school students can participate in Rochester Institute of Technology’s eighth annual Math…

AAO-HNSF Clinical Practice Guideline: Tinnitus – Thu, Nov 13th 2014

ALEXANDRIA, VA - The American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Foundation has released the first ever mutli-disciplinary, evidence-based clinical…

Improving Babies' Language Skills Before they're Even Old Enough to Speak – Tue, Nov 11th 2014

A Rutgers researcher focuses infants on noticing the sounds that are most important.
In the first months of life, when babies begin to distinguish sounds that make up language…

GW Physician Addresses Stigma against Patients and Providers with Disabilities – Sun, Nov 9th 2014

Leana Wen, M.D., shares her personal experiences on sensitizing doctors to patients with disabilities in an essay published in Health Affairs.
WASHINGTON (Oct. 7, 2014)...

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