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Boost Your Hearing Instrument Clarity For Free

Published under News on 07/03/2015

At Nilsson’s, we utilize new state-of-the-art Live Speech Mapping Equipment. This new technology allows us to customize your hearing devices to your specific hearing needs. Get the details below and call us to schedule an appointment!

Comedian & Author Kathy Buckley Coming to Washington City

Published under News on 07/02/2015

Gifted comedian, accomplished author, award-winning actress, and renowned speaker Kathy Buckley is a true inspiration. She has appeared on The Tonight Show, Good Morning America, and Entertainment Tonight. Kathy was featured in People magazine as of the most touching stories in 1997. What makes her accomplishments even more impressive is that Kathy is hearing impaired. Kathy is coming to Washington Continue Reading »

The Power of Music to Heal

Published under News on 07/01/2015

Studies have shown that older adults who experience hearing loss may be at an increased risk of developing dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. And the risk of dementia likely increases as hearing loss worsens. According to latest reports residents at more than 1400 nursing homes around the nation are combating the disease and having their brains “reawakened”, so to speak, in Continue Reading »

Hereditary Hearing Loss

Published under Hearing Loss on 06/16/2015

While there are many things we can do to prevent and avoid damage to our hearing – like wearing earplugs when surrounded by constant noise or turning the music down – sometimes there is nothing we can do, it’s literally in our genes. To the surprise of many, hearing loss, much like hair-loss and heart disease, is a hereditary gene Continue Reading »

Welcoming the Season – A New Season is Upon Us

Published under News on 05/06/2015

What a wonderful Spring season that has come upon us! We have seen flowers blooming, trees budding, and crops taking off everywhere we go, which means springtime has definitely arrived here in Utah. With all this new growth in our local vegetation we can’t help but draw parallels with the same “new beginning” that we are experiencing with our new Continue Reading »