Improving Communication and Nourishment for Your Family
May 21, 2018
Today on The Balancing Act, trusted experts join the show to offer innovative ways to improve your family’s communication and nourishment.
Owned and operated by fellow moms and registered nurses, Spectra Baby USA is committed to supporting every mother on the beautiful journey of breastfeeding. In fact, Spectra is the #1 recommended breast pump by licensed lactation consultants, offering hospital strength at an affordable price.
Spectra uses Natural Nursing Technology, which is a set of unique features that allow moms to experience benefits not normally associated with standard breast pumps. The pump even comes in a bedazzled option for the fashionista mom. Their double electric breast pumps are designed to bring comfort and confidence to every moment moms share with their little one. From their unique Natural Nursing Technology to one-of-a-kind customer care, count on Spectra to be right there, every step of the way.
Then, hearing specialist Dr. Patricia Ramos talks about how hearing loss can have a huge impact on people’s lives, including depression and dementia. Barbara Dreyfus from CapTel shares how her company’s technology can help those with hearing loss stay involved in life by communicating clearly with their phones.
CapTel offers technology that allows those with hearing loss to read captions of everything that is said during home conversations. It’s closed captioning for your phone. The best part: CapTel is free! CapTel phones work with a Captioning Service as part of a federally-funded program that supports telephone accessibility for people with hearing loss. No costs for the Captioning Service are passed on to consumers – no monthly fees, no service agreements.
Finally, U.S. Cellular’s CruiseConnect is keeping families and businesses safe and connected while they’re on the go. Parents can use CruiseConnect, a vehicle connectivity device, to monitor driving habits and promote safe behaviors with their new teenage drivers.
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