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Safety Beyond Quarantine:  Moving Forward

Safety Beyond Quarantine: Moving Forward

As we move into a new era, the question of how to keep ourselves safe from COVID-19 and other pandemics is evolving from immediate control practices to how things should look moving forward. RK Audiology cares about our client’s safety beyond quarantine as much as we...

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Hearing Accessibility Gets a Boost with the Apple Watch®

Hearing Accessibility Gets a Boost with the Apple Watch®

Hearing accessibility is getting the boost it deserves with new Apple Watch features. Apple’s hearing initiative is making it easier than ever for those with hearing issues to manage solutions to everyday problems. It’s as simple as the press of a button. Apple’s...

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Presidents Day: A History of Presidents and Hearing Loss

Presidents Day: A History of Presidents and Hearing Loss

United States presidents have had to face many challenges over the centuries: war, social upheaval, illness, and injury. It’s no surprise, then, that the fact that some presidents had various hearing loss issues rarely makes it into our textbooks. However, we could...

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Hearing Loss & Making Lemonade

Hearing Loss & Making Lemonade

It’s a brand new year, time to think about goals we want to accomplish and how we will succeed with our dreams. As a final part of our “Spreading Good Cheer” series, here are a few inspiring stories about people who didn’t let their hearing loss keep them from...

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Respect for the Deaf Community: New Trends in Accessibility

Respect for the Deaf Community: New Trends in Accessibility

Last month, we shared a bit about the Deaf community as part of the “Spreading Good Cheer” series on our blog. In our latest addition, let’s see how better accessibility breakthroughs are showing the Deaf community respect, and what this means for the broader...

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