In 2012, an organization called Alzheimer’s Disease International declared September to be World Alzheimer’s Month—a time to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia.
Our Spring 2018 newsletter has some great tips and hearing health research you need to know about. And, if you've had any problems with your hearing and haven't taken care of them, now is the time!
We know hearing loss can be frustrating for the whole family, especially when the hearing loss problem is not recognized as such. Hearing aids may be part of the solution.
Jerry went from working as a sound engineer in the music industry to becoming an audiologist. Here, he talks about advances in hearing aid technology and how it's caught up with the music industry since he first started on his new career path.
Not everyone has the same symptoms, and not everyone reacts to those symptoms the same way. This is why it can be very difficult to recognize when it's a problem; even by those closest to you.
Audiologists are regulated health care professionals who evaluate, diagnose, treat and manage hearing loss and other hearing-related disorders.
Left untreated, symptoms of hearing loss can lead to physical, social and even mental problems.