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Our 10th Birthday Celebration

October 14th, 2016

It is our 10th birthday celebration! It is amazing how the years have flown by. We feel so blessed that our patients have continued to support us. We love what we do and have such joy in helping people hear better and reconnect with their families more and more every day. There have been lots of changes along the way, especially our new office location in downtown Bartlesville. And let’s not forget the technology changes that continually keep us learning about newer devices that help us more.

We hope to see you all this Friday, October 14th for our come and go birthday celebration from 10-4 that day. Cake and goodies provided and we can’t wait to see you all.

Thank you Bartlesville!

AHC at the Show.
Look at that box!

Thank you Bartlesville for making our booth at the Chamber of Commerce Business Show a smashing success last weekend.  It was a wonderful opportunity to get to know the people that we serve.  Our booth was hopping busy!  We were able to schedule several appointments for our upcoming Better Hearing Event.  And congratulations to Virginia Hamilton, the winner of our fabulous box of Valentine chocolates! We hope you enjoy them.

 

 

Win this Kindle Fire!

 

It’s not too late to enter into our drawing for the Kindle Fire!  Just call to schedule an appointment during our Better Hearing Event next week for a chance to win. For the event, we are offering free demonstrations of some of the latest connectivity and streaming options available. Don’t miss this great opportunity to hear the difference that these truly amazing technologies can make.  And, just for coming to the appointment, you’ll get a chance at winning a brand new Kindle Fire tablet.  It doesn’t get better than that!

 

 

 

We’re coming to Skiatook!

Our apologies, but due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been postponed. We regret the inconvenience and invite you to keep watching for notification of the new date and time of our Skiatook outreach event. Thank you for your patience!


Are you ready to hear better? Local audiologists and hearing aid experts Dr. Stephanie Moore and Dr. Scott Young are ready to help.

What is an audiologist?

An audiologist is a professional who diagnoses, treats and manages individual’s hearing and balance problems. They are the most qualified professionals to perform complete hearing evaluations, refer for medical treatment and provide hearing rehabilitation services.

Stephanie Moore, AuD.

About Dr. Stephanie Moore

Dr. Moore has been practicing for over 18 years in Bartlesville and surrounding area. She completed her Master of Audiology from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in 1993 and her Doctorate of Audiology from the University of Florida in 2000.  She is Board Certified in Audiology and a member of the American Academy of Audiology.  She provides services for all ages from pediatric to geriatric. Dr. Moore specializes in digital hearing aids and other types of amplification including a wide variety of assistive listening devices that are also available to help people hear better in social, educational and occupational settings. She sells and services many sizes and styles of hearing aids from a variety of manufacturers. Every aid is specifically picked for the patient’s lifestyle and budget.

Scott Young, AuD., CCC-A

About Dr. Scott F. Young.

For over 20 years, Dr. Young has been helping people improve the quality of their lives in Tulsa, OK and surrounding areas. Dr. Young has his Au.D., CCC-A (clinical doctorate in Audiology). He has worked with private practices, ear nose and throat groups, and manufacturers fitting more than 10,000 patients successfully with hearing aids. He has taught hearing aid dispensers and audiologists how to complete good patient care effectively for more than a decade. He has also been an integral part of manufacturing hearing aids of all types. Dr.Young specializes in early hearing loss in adults and elder adults.

Did you know that hearing loss is one of the world’s most common health problems?

Approximately one in ten people experience some degree of hearing loss in their lifetime.  However, hearing loss continues to be one of the most ignored health problems, which is unfortunate, because its symptoms and its psychological side effects are highly treatable.

How do you know if you are suffering from a hearing loss?

If you have a hearing loss, you may notice that certain spoken sounds – like sh, th and f – are more difficult to hear than others. Sometimes it may seem like you can hear people talking but you cannot understand what is being said. These, as well as the following signs, can help you determine if you have a hearing loss.

  • Do you often ask others to repeat themselves?
  • Do you turn up the TV or radio louder than others prefer?
  • Is it particularly difficult to understand conversation when there is background noise?
  • Does it seem as though others are mumbling when they speak to you?
  • Do you have difficulty following group conversations?
  • Do you find it difficult to identify from which direction sounds are coming?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have a hearing loss.

The good news is that digital technology is providing people with hearing loss far more hearing technology options, ones that offer better sound quality, reduced background noise and greater customization capabilities. The professionals at Advanced Hearing Care can help you determine the type and degree of your hearing loss as well as the best course of action you can take. If you think you have a hearing loss or you would like more information about the signs of hearing loss, call their office for an appointment.

Dr. Moore and Dr. Young are pleased to announce that they are hosting a Community Education Event and Luncheon on Thursday, July 28th, 2011 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at Woodrow’s of Skiatook.  This is an excellent opportunity to meet Dr. Moore and Dr. Young to learn more about hearing health care, and to ask questions of our experienced professionals. To RSVP for the event, please call (918) 213-0330 or (918) 707-5432. Space is limited.

Community Education Opportunities

Hearing Instrument Specialist Rachel Clapper will be representing Advanced Hearing Care at several community Better Hearing events in upcoming weeks. The first of these events is on January 25th at Shenadoah Home Health at 2:00 pm. A second event will be hosted by Green Country Village on February 10th at 2:00 pm. Future dates and times will be posted as they become available.

The focus of these forums is to educate prospective patients and the community at large about the basics of hearing care and the process of pursuing hearing treatment solutions. Come visit with Rachel and learn about Sound Voids™, the impact of hearing loss on a person’s lifestyle and the various options available for treatment of hearing loss. While you’re there, be sure to sign up for our quarterly newsletter and be entered into a drawing for a door-prize. Each attendee will be given a voucher for a free pack of hearing aid batteries when the schedule an appointment for a Hearing Aid Check.

If your group or organization is interested in hosting a community Better Hearing event, please contact Rachel Clapper at Advanced Hearing Care. See our contact page for more details.