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Dallas office: 75 & Walnut Hill 

We're Celebrating
10 Years of Service

July 2015 marks 10 years of helping our
patients achieve a balanced life.

Time for fun!
Summer Camps

Have fun while learning!
Auditory Processing Camp
Let's Socialize! Social Skills Camp

Achieve a
Balanced Life

Building individualized relationships
with our patients and their families.

The Most Suitable
Hearing Solutions

Success through early identification of hearing
and communication disorders in children and adults.

A Positive Approach
to Speech Therapy

Language is the foundation of communication
and crucial for children to succeed in school.

We Accept
Health Insurance

We welcome a select group of
major health insurance providers.

Latest Hearing Aid News

  • senior adults small children

    Water in your ear?

    The dawn of summer time swimming & water sports & there's a pretty good chance you'll want to know what to do if you get water in your ear and share the symptoms of Swimmer's Ear (Otitis Externa).

  • Hunter Smiling Shotgun

    The Risks of Exposing Your Ears to Shotgun Noise

    Exposing your ears to shotgun firing (140 - 165 decibels) is at the top of the list for loud noises that can result in permanent hearing loss. To be exact, regular exposure of more than 1 minute at or above 110 decibels risks permanent hearing loss. For better ear protection, talk with a hearing specialist about getting a custom-fitted ear mold. There are common safeguards that guard your ears from hearing loss and the effects of loud noise.

  • How Parents Help Children With Hearing Problems

    Auditory processing is a term used to describe what happens when the brain recognizes and interprets the sounds around you. Humans hear when energy that we recognize as sound travels through the ear and is changed into electrical information that can be interpreted by the brain. Individuals with Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) have difficulty differentiating, recognizing, or understanding the meaning behind sounds. Their hearing and intelligence are normal.

  • Audiology + Speech Therapy Connection

    The Audiology & Speech Therapy Connection

    Some of our patients, particularly children, have difficulty with auditory processing - the inability to attach meaning to sounds. The way a child hears a word and processes it does not always connect. A speech therapist and audiologist working together is an added value for families in need of both services - together, we can help patient's overcome their related hearing, speech, and language challenges so they can communicate better - Achieve a balanced life.