You Are Running Out of Reasons Not to Come See Us!

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Let’s face it, we all procrastinate sometimes! Whether it’s taking out the trash, making that call, organizing that closet of chaos, or going in for a check up, we are all guilty of putting things off until later. But what happens when that procrastination begins to affect your health and overall happiness? Here are a few important reasons not to … Read More

Spread the Word, May Is Better Hearing Month!

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  May is Better Hearing Month which means that it is time to examine each of our relationships with hearing health and hearing loss. What could we all be doing to improve hearing health and prevent hearing loss for ourselves and our loved ones? Here are a few things we can all do this month to promote May as Better … Read More

It’s Easter Time!

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It’s that wonderful time of year again full of Easter baskets, family time, and fun! It’s that special time when we celebrate all the blessings in our lives and the love that surrounds us. So take a minute and think about all the things that we have to be thankful for in our lives. At Wesson Hearing Aid Center we … Read More

Congrats to Julia Our New Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist

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Among the hard working staff at Wesson Hearing Aid Center is the incredible and studious Julia Turner. While working a full time job and caring for her two boys, she has been working towards another certification to improve the level of service she provides her patients. So what exactly does it mean to be a Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist … Read More

Let’s Talk About It

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Let’s talk about hearing loss, hearing health, and the world of hearing technology. The more we talk about it, the less mystery it call becomes and the closer we can all get to destigmatizing hearing aids. Much of the time hearing loss is invisible and hearing devices can be easily hidden, so why is it important to talk about? Because … Read More

Hearing Technology Reclaims the Holidays

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What a glorious time of year when the weather is chilly, the holiday cheer is at an all time high, and there are many occasions to gather and celebrate with one another! Unfortunately experiencing hearing loss throughout the holidays can be particularly hard to deal with when this season is supposed to be about joy, good memories, and laughter. Although … Read More

Doug Wesson is a winner of Oticon’s Focus on People Awards

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2017 Oticon Focus on People Awards Honor Doug Wesson of Manteca, CA Doug Weston, BC-HIS, ACA of Manteca is among three outstanding hearing care professionals honored by the 2017 Oticon Focus on People Awards in the Practitioner Category. The national competition, now in its 19th year, celebrates hearing-impaired students, adults and advocacy volunteers and dedicated hearing care practitioners who have … Read More

Halloween and Hearing Aids

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What is Halloween for but to give kids copious amounts of candy and maybe attending a party with costumes, tricks, and treats! As fun as Halloween can be, it can also present a few challenges for those of us with hearing loss and hearing devices. The children are loaded up with sugar and their high-pitched voices can be even more … Read More

Confronting the Stigma of Hearing Loss

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Stereotypes and prejudices have followed hearing loss for years, at Wesson Hearing Center we are here to fight these misconceptions. Hearing loss has been around since the beginning of time and has affected people of all ages, backgrounds and creeds. According to the Hearing Loss Association of America, about 20 percent of Americans — that’s around 48 million people — … Read More

Helping Grandkids Understand Hearing Loss

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One of the greatest blessings in life is having grandchildren to love, and with that comes a responsibility to watch out for the health and safety of those little ones. Kids are curious about the world around us and you may need to make sense of a few things if you have hearing loss and wear hearing aids. While you … Read More