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Dispeling Myths About Hearing Aids Dispels Popular Myths About Hearing Aids and Hearing Loss in New Video

Can hearing aids connect people to phones and TVs? Are most people with hearing loss over age 65? The answers will surprise.

PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)— The new SecondSense Hearing Solutions website offers essential information about types of hearing loss and the breakthrough hearing devices available today, and eye-popping statistics that may encourage family, friends and caregivers to help loved ones hear better.

In this brief video, Myths about Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids, several popular topics are explored, including:

• Hearing, one of the five senses, is so valued by people they nearly always correct it when they have a problem … Myth or Fact?

• Only older people need or use hearing aids ... Myth or Fact?

• Those with hearing loss can be connected to phones or listen to TV with new hearing devices … Myth or Fact?

“It’s clear many people take the ability to hear for granted, whether it’s because of vanity or preconceived notions about hearing aids,” says Tina Soika, President American Hearing Aid Associates (AHAA), which developed “There are so many people with hearing loss who can enjoy rewarding lives again if they become more knowledgeable about the wide range of hearing solutions available to them.”

SecondSenseTM Hearing Solutions is the online hearing resource center from American Hearing Aid Associates, providing expert hearing care information and resource links so consumers receive the best hearing advice and treatments available.

The site includes surveys geared specifically toward consumers, caregivers and experienced users, an overview of hearing devices under Types of Hearing Aids, and an extensive Database of certified audiologists. American Hearing Aid Associates represents the largest network of independent audiologists in the U.S. For more information, visit

American Hearing Aid Associates
Jerry DeRosa, Marketing Director

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