I can hear you…but I can’t understand you…
As hearing professionals, we understand that each person is a unique individual, and each person’s ability to hear and understand can vary greatly. We also understand how the various factors of cognition, attention, memory, and hearing can each play a critical role in hearing and understanding. While it is true that little can be done to restore cognitive function, there are strategies that can help persons with hearing difficulties.
These strategies include the use of advanced hearing aid technology designed to reduce the effort required to understand speech, and help individuals to thrive. The longer a person with hearing loss goes without proper stimulation of their auditory system, the longer it will take for them to adjust to better hearing. We’ve all heard the saying “use it or lose it.” It definitely applies to hearing. Don’t put off better hearing…your brain will thank you!
Hearing loss has many causes, symptoms and effects when untreated over time. In fact, well over 30 million Americans, of all ages, report having some degree of hearing loss. Many of these people could reconnect themselves to the sounds they love if they chose to use hearing aids. Our goal is to help anyone who feels they may be experiencing the negative impact of hearing loss in their daily life take the first step. Below are several videos displaying the causes, progression, impact and statistics of hearing loss in the United States. If you, or a loved one, are ready for your free hearing appointment, simply submit your information on our Contact Us
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