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8 Ways to Stay Engaged with Your Patients

During the Coronavirus crisis, seamless communication with your patients and their families is more important than ever. Impaired hearing and related health issues isolate patients as it is. Treating their hearing issues and connecting them with resources to cope with this crisis will help alleviate anxiety.

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Resources to Address Coronavirus

NJAHHP has created a Coronavirus resource page to help hearing health providers and their employees safely provide quality care to patients with hearing related health issues.

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Call for NJAHHP Board Nominations

Do you have an interest in advancing the hearing health professional environment? Want to shape the conversation around increasing the number of hearing aid dispensers to address shortages for patients and their families?  NJAHHP is looking for members to serve on the Board to better the professional environment for all hearing professionals and improving conditions […]

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The New Jersey Hearing Aid Project Seeks Dispensers

The New Jersey Hearing Aid Project (NJHAP) has been expanding its provider network over the past few years and need qualified, licensed dispensers from across the state to dispense the refurbished aids to these individuals.

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Meet the 2020 MAHE Presenters

MAHE is excited about the lineup of 2020 Conference Presenters on May 19-21. Douglas L. Beck Au.D. Executive Director of Academic Sciences, Oticon Inc. Title of the presentation:  NOISE REDUCTION: Managing the Signal-to-Noise Ratio      Dr. Beck earned his master’s degree at the University of Buffalo and his doctorate from the University of Florida. […]

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Fall 2019 NJAHHP Program Photos

Attendees earned seven CEUs at “Let Your True Colors Shine,” NJAHHP’s Continuing Ed Program on November 14, 2019 at The Hotel ML in Mt. Laurel, NJ.  Back to Event page

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Hear this: Healthful diet tied to lower risk of hearing loss

As we start the New Year, this is a good reminder that diet can also help with improving hearing health. Hear this: Healthful diet tied to lower risk of hearing loss by Brigham and Women’s Hospital Investigators from Brigham and Women’s Hospital have found that eating a healthy diet may reduce the risk of acquired […]

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Meet Doug Lewis

NJAHHP is absolutely thrilled to welcome Doug Lewis, JD, PhD, AuD, MBA as featured presenter at “Let Your True Colors Shine” Continuing Ed Program on November 14. He has prepared two sessions for the program: Status Quo Disruptions in the Hearing Healthcare Arena: Your Opportunity to Excel Ethics in the Hearing Healthcare Environment: What Are […]

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2019 Fall CEU Event Exhibitors

NJAHHP gratefully acknowledges the participating exhibitors and sponsors at “Let Your True Colors Shine” Continuing Education Program on Thursday, November 14! Hearing aid innovation leader Signia launched Signia Xperience, a new platform that introduces the world’s first combination of acoustic sensors with a built-in motion sensor. Signia Xperience hearing aids scan and understand the wearer’s […]

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2019 Fall Continuing Ed Program in NJ

March 2020 – Resources during Coronavirus outbreak We are sorry conditions required us to cancel MAHE March 2020 but we’d like to assure you that plans are still underway for our Fall Continuing Ed program, tentatively scheduled for November 13. This will be 3rd year we have hosted a one-day event in NJ as an […]

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