Hey everyone,

Hearing aids have come a long way in the past 20 years. Modern technology means they are smaller and more discreet while giving wearers a positive hearing experience.

I can hear so many things that I could not hear before getting hearing aids and, as a result of my hearing, I can participate in so many things happening around me that I couldn’t join in before,” one of my amazing patients recently said.

Nevertheless, sometimes your hearing aids could use a boost when you’re in extra loud or busy environments.

The ReSound Multi Mic is definitely an option to consider if you want to turn your good hearing into nearly bionic hearing!

What is the ReSound Multi Mic?

The ReSound Multi Mic is a premium quality portable device that streams speech and audio directly to your ReSound hearing instruments.

It can extend your hearing range well beyond the reach of any hearing instrument in a variety of situations, such as when having conversations at home, school, or at work, in the car, or while dining out.

Additionally, it offers:

  • Table microphone functionality with the ability to pick up speech from multiple speakers in its radius.
  • The ability to pick up tele loop signals via its in-built telecoil as well as FM signals (Europin FM receiver required)
  • Plug-and-play line-in mini-jack connector (mixed mono) 

If you’d like to find out more about how the ReSound Multi Mic could boost your hearing even further, then please give me a call at (305) 247-8227 or 786-627-7858​.

Updates from the Office

We continue to be innovative and creative during these difficult times.

Patients can choose from remote and live assistance or curbside service in addition to in-office appointments.

They can also expect strict safety precautions inside the office and remote office paperwork completion for a touch-free visit to the office. 

My new location in Tavernier, FL, is now open for business, and the Key West location has had a facelift. This is a fantastic achievement, given the circumstances!

Those who need to book a check-up will now get to experience these fantastic developments.

In addition, I want to wish all students a successful return to school – whether virtual, face to face or hybrid. Safety first!

How Hearing Treatment Can Prevent Dementia 

According to twenty-eight leading experts, cases of dementia in America could be reduced by 40 percent if the general public addresses 12 key risk factors. 

Protecting ears in high-stress environments and seeking treatment at the first signs of hearing loss rank high on their list of measures people should take. 

Studies show that your hearing is crucial in how your brain processes information. 

Therefore, researchers believe that hearing loss prevents your brain from functioning perfectly, reducing your overall cognitive capacity.  

Social isolation, often a side effect of untreated hearing loss, may add to this problem. 

If you know someone who has a concern, contact me about a comprehensive hearing assessment – the best way to diagnose an issue. 

Useful Resources

What Happens at a Hearing Consultation?

Only a doctor of audiology can diagnose the first signs of a hearing loss. But not many people know what happens at their first appointment. This guide will walk you through what you can expect when you come to see me for the first time…

Learn more…

Follow these tips to make conversations flow easily and without any mishaps along the way…

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Have a question or need help? Then I’m here for you.

Call me at 786 627-7858 (Dr. Michelle) or
305 247-8227 (Hear 4 U Audiology)

Dr. Michelle

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Dr. Michelle Couture-Souvenir, Au.D

Dr. Michelle Couture-Souvenir, Au.D

Dr. Michelle Couture-Souvenir, Au.D., is Florida’s leading doctor of audiology and has over 25 years of experience in this dynamic industry. Before setting up her own business in Florida & Central America, she served as a pediatric audiologist and rehabilitative services manager at the Miami Children’s Hospital. She has worked with patients of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds during her long and diverse career, and she is still heavily involved in international humanitarian projects, helping hearing-impaired children globally.