Recreations

A group of women participating in an exercise class.

Enjoy Recreational Activities Without the Pain of Missing Out

We all desire to wear hearing aids or have some kind of listening device while we engage in recreational activities. Some of us find certain venues difficult to hear clearly. There are a number of products or solutions to help make the experience enjoyable for people with hearing loss. Fitness class audio options SANMIC – […]

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Church alter with cross on the wall.

Five Best Assistive Listening Devices for Churches

Attending church or a place of worship without an assistive listening device could be challenging. Relying on speaker systems and what hearing you have can be difficult.  You may regularly attend church or make odd visits, like on Christmas Eve (God doesn’t judge!). On your arrival, it’s silent and just the way you like. People

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Fitness class where people are stretching.

How To Navigate Fitness and Yoga Classes With Hearing Loss That Makes You Want To Return Again

Physical fitness and yoga promote overall well-being, but with hearing loss, it takes more than getting a workout to have an enjoyable experience at the gym or fitness center.  As individuals with hearing loss, we’ve more things to care about besides getting the downward dog pose done correctly. It can be frustrating not being able

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Individual hiking in a trail but walking on top of a fallen log.

How to Hike Safely while Deaf and Hard of Hearing on Nature Trails

What is it like hiking on the trails and exploring nature as a deaf and hard of hearing person? Many people with hearing loss love to explore long walks in nature or travel their minivans across the country on dirt roads. Sometimes, it might mean that we have to travel alone. We’re disadvantaged when animals

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Are you still wearing your hearing devices while kayaking or canoeing? You might regret it.

It’s a bright sunny day. The lake water is sparkling. A perfect day to be heading out for a canoe or kayak ride. The only issue is that you would like to wear your hearing device, either your hearing aids or cochlear implant, during your time on the water. But is it the right thing

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