Here Are Some Free Expert Hearing Aid Tips | Chroniclers
THE WORD TODAY is part of a series on current slang: FOMO. Example: Tansy suffers from FOMO when her older sister goes with her friends to the cafe and the playroom downtown.
SUNDAYS WORD was big fool. It means very angry. Example: Mom was very mad that I didn’t clean my room.
As newsletter editor Holly Kozelsky visited parents over Thanksgiving weekend, she shouted, “Daddy! Do you have any good things we could send to The Stroller for this column? “
He thought about it for a moment, then replied that he had something that might not interest everyone, but would be very useful for some: a monthly Zoom in on Hearing Aids information session.
The Zoom session, hosted by the Rochester (NY) chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America, is joined by about 20 to 22 people across the country each time, he said. “People are calling and asking questions … a bunch of us are there, we are all experienced hearing aid users,” give excellent first-hand advice – and, in his case, professional advice also, because he is a retired audiologist and the facilitator of the meeting.
The Zoom meeting “is not commercial, and it is open to everyone,” he said. People can get expert advice on anything; Common topics include: “Where do I go to get my hearing aid – big box store, online, audiologist?” “I have trouble hearing in restaurants” or in church or in meetings; “Should I put them online?” “” How much should I spend? “