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2014 HLAA Walk4Hearing events have begun!
The 2013 HLAA Walk4Hearing events were a huge success! Over $1.4 million was raised for programs and services that support people with hearing loss and their families. The 2014 Walk4Hearing events have begun and CapTel is once again a presenting sponsor for these events.
 
Socializing tips for noisy get-togethers

Anyone who lives with hearing loss can attest to experiencing occasional difficulties while socializing.

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5 tips for communicating during the holidays with hearing loss


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Winter travel tips for seniors

Whether it's driving over to a family member's house to celebrate the holidays or attempting to squeeze in one last vacation before the year ends, it's important to take into account how severe winter weather can alter your transit.

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Best vacations for those with hearing loss

Experiencing the wonders for travel can sometimes be challenging with hearing loss, but with a little planning ahead your vacation will be memorable in every sense of the word!

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Tips for seniors exploring the great outdoors

Nothing combines leisure and active senior living quite like embarking on a journey through the great outdoors.

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Swimming exercises for seniors

You don't have to be a marathon runner or spend all your time in a gym to get exercise.  Simple swimming exercises, developed specifically for older adults, make it fun and easy to stay active!

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Healthy eating tips for seniors

One of the easiest ways to maintain an active lifestyle as you age is through following a healthy nutrition plan.

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Ultratec Honored with ALDA’s Robert R. Davila Award


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Arts & Culture contribute to active senior lifestyle

Staying social is one of the most positive steps toward maintaining an active senior lifestyle, and one of the best ways to get out there and mingle is through arts and culture.

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Staying social: Why staying connected is important


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Great senior-friendly apps

New apps are available that help everyone – including seniors – simplify everyday tasks.

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Alternative sources of therapy add to senior health

It's no secret that the older we get, our bodies react in different ways to physical activity.

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Can 6 seconds of exercise boost health?

Exercise grows increasingly important to our health as we age, but it's also vital to make sure we're getting enough physical activity on a regular basis.

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High-resolution images of inner ear could help explain hearing loss

While decades have been spent exploring all the dynamics of the inner ear and how hearing loss can arise, researchers and audiologists alike will still be the first to admit that they still don't have all the answers.

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What is tinnitus?

Are you constantly noticing a low pitched buzzing sound that just doesn't seem to be going away?

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Keep your hearing in shape!

We tend to associate exercise as just pertaining to running long distances or lifting weights in hopes of losing weight or building muscle.

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Hearing aids at the movies

Ever since the Americans with Disabilities Act was put into action, movie theaters became one of the premier establishments highlighted through the bill that was direly in need for some auditory friendly renovations.

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It's never too late to add some tai chi to your life!

Karate chops and smashing plywood are not common traits associated with elderly physical activity, but the truth is that certain variations of martial arts have plenty of redeeming qualities that can enhance senior independence.

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Knowing how loud is too loud when it comes to your ears

Technologically speaking, the 21st century may be advancing faster than ever before, but it's certainly setting our hearing back.

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