Apple fans line up in droves for the privilege to purchase the newest iPhone. I can’t say I understand their drive, but to each their own, right?
However, in the case of our Made for iPhone (MFi) hearing aid wearers, the newest iPhone 11 should not be your newest toy (at this time). At least that’s our ACA recommendation. Turns out, the latest and greatest iPhone 11 has some Bluetooth compatibility issues. This includes pairing with Made for iPhone hearing aids. When I say Made for iPhone hearing aids, I mean hearing aids which connect directly with the iPhone. It’s a wonderful feature. Not only are you able to hear a phone conversation clearly through your hearing aids, but also, use a hearing aid app to control the hearing aids’ volume, settings and sometimes even more. Read Full Article
We are happy to announce that our Elsie Matthews and her husband Paul are the proud new parents of John Mason Matthews, born May 4, 2019!
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed “Jack’s Bill” into law on Monday January 15 to require private insurance companies to cover the cost of children’s hearing aids. Find out more about this exciting new legislation.
We take pride in the content that we post on our Facebook page. We share articles and photos that we hope will be of interest to our patients, family, friends, and the community. We are especially excited to start announcing special promotions exclusively for visitors to our Facebook page that visit and like our page. Please visit the ACA Facebook page and like us at audioconsult.com.
ACA created a new award this year for an ACA staff member(s) that is presented during each of our monthly office meetings. The recipient of this special award is chosen as a living example of our ACA mission statement of exemplifying our leadership role through commitment, dedication, innovation and excellence of the highest quality. Let’s congratulate all recipients on our “YOU ROCK” award!
March recipient: Lori McCorry, Au.D., Audiologist
April recipient: Maureen Connon, Support staff
May recipient: Katherine Pollard, Au.D., Audiologist
June recipient: The Griffin office staff: Sheila Pack, Au.D., Audiologist, Tammi St. Claire, Support staff and Miya Wright, Audiology Assistant
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Founded in 1981, NAP is an interdisciplinary, nonprofit organization, with membership representing 14 health care professions willing to serve as distinguished advisors to health care policy makers in Congress and elsewhere. The 14 academies of practice within the NAP include: Audiology, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Osteopathic Medicine, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Podiatric Medicine, Psychology, Social Work, Speech-Language Pathology and Veterinary Medicine.
Membership in the NAP is an honor extended to those who have excelled in their profession and are dedicated to furthering practice, scholarship and policy in support of inter-professional care. The central purpose of NAP is to advise public policy makers on health care issues using NAP’s unique perspective — that of expert practitioners and scholars joined in interdisciplinary dialogue.
ACA receives the 2015 Consumer’s Choice Award for outstanding customer service! Congratulations to the entire ACA team.
Encourage a friend or family member to get their hearing tested. Whether it’s for a baseline test or a retest to monitor the stability of your current hearing status, be smart. Get your hearing tested!
We are very proud to announce that Kristie Jo Goerndt received her hearing aid dispenser’s license from the State of Georgia. This allows Kristie to independently provide hearing aid services to our patients in the Buckhead office location. Congratulations, Kristie!
We continue to add competent staff to our practice as we proudly announce the addition of Melissa Beck to the Buckhead front office team. We are excited about welcoming Dr. Katie Esau to serve our Marietta patients and invite all to visit her at our Marietta office.