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October is Protect Your Hearing Month

Hearing is a remarkable ability of the ears and body to perceive pressure waves of sound and to transmit that sound into meaningful thought. With such an incredible ability in Read More

Tips for Hearing Aid Maintenance

Have you recently taken the plunge and invested in hearing aids? They may have taken some time to get used to but now that you have, these amazing devices have most Read More

How do Hearing Loops Work?

Today’s hearing aids continue to take strides in innovation. Besides amplifying sound so you can hear better, they are more interactive and more adaptive than ever before. Some of the Read More

Work & Leisure Activities That Could Contribute to Hearing Loss

If you are experiencing hearing loss there are many things that could have contributed to this. Age is the most common factor, with one out of three people over 65 Read More

Tips for Communicating with Face Masks

Face masks have become a necessary part of what we wear on a daily basis. You may find yourself wearing a mask for several hours every day as you navigate Read More

Tips for Cleaning Your Ears

From our mouths to our noses, we all have our routines to keep ourselves clean, and it is the same with our ears. However, many people may be cleaning their Read More

How Quitting Smoking & Lowering Blood Pressure Could Support Healthy Hearing

Your hearing is connected to many other aspects of health. On the one hand, untreated hearing loss can start a chain reaction of other negative health effects ranging from the physical Read More

Seeking Hearing Loss Treatment Could Help Prevent or Delay Dementia

About 48 million Americans today suffer from some form of hearing loss, but only about 1 out of 5 get to the point of doing something about it. On average, Read More

Tips for Virtual Communication from People with Hearing Loss

Virtual communications have transformed before our eyes, but that does not necessarily make them more readily adaptable to the ears. After a long history of audio-only telephone communication, the past Read More

Watching TV with Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are the most common treatment for hearing loss, the third most pervasive medical condition that older adults experience. These electronic devices are designed to absorb, amplify, and process Read More

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Elite Hearing Center

Address

3557 Dempster St.,
Skokie, IL 60076

Office Hours

Monday  

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Tuesday  

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Wednesday  

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Thursday  

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Friday  

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Saturday  

Closed

Sunday  

Closed