Emergency Rooms are stressful, fast-paced and often involve urgent situations in which immediate action is required. Studies have shown that there is one factor that is also critical to the success of an emergency department, and that is clear communication. In fact, according to a study by St Michael’s Hospital, communication breakdowns can be detrimental … Continue reading The Doctor Will “Hear” You Now
You hear with your ears. Everyone knows that. But you also hear with your brain. Have you ever been presented with a new popular song and from then on you realize that it plays everywhere, at the store, on the radio, or in the elevator. You have been “hearing” it for months, but never “heard” … Continue reading Auditory Therapy is A Personal Brain Trainer for your Hearing
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When the State of California needs advice about adaptive technologies, particularly for the disabled population, they seek out Michele Ahlman, the CEO of ClearSounds. She spent time recently in Oakland to consult with the state’s Equipment Program Advisory Committee. “The State of California is in a quagmire, as many states are,” Ahlman said. “They’re charged … Continue reading ClearSounds Provides Expert Accessibility Advice on California Committee
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Jaylin is five years old. In 2014, she became the recipient of cochlear implants on both her left and right sides. Since being activated, she has shown a zest for life and never lets her hearing loss stop her from doing anything. With the help of her implants, she is even able to attend mainstream … Continue reading SuperHEARo – Jaylin’s Story
Q&A With Leaders in Technology and Aging We were proud to be featured in an interview with Laura Mitchell Consulting as a part of their Meet the Innovators series. Here are some highlights from Michele’s interview. Q: Hi Michele, thanks for talking with us today. Can you tell us a little about who you are and what … Continue reading Michele Ahlman Featured in Innovator Blog Series
Tinnitus, characterized by a ringing or buzzing sound in the ears, impacts over 20 million chronic sufferers per year. The affliction can be both irritating and disruptive. Some of the reported side effects are depression, difficulty concentrating, and insomnia. Fortunately the worst impacts affect only a minority of those with tinnitus, while most sufferers find … Continue reading Is That Ringing in My Ears Normal?