Do you know your baseline? Adults 55+ are at risk for age-related hearing loss. Knowing your baseline helps to monitor changes in hearing over time.
Treating hearing loss can slow decline in memory and cognition.
Studies have linked untreated hearing loss to impaired memory and ability to learn new tasks and diminished health.
9 out of 10 hearing aid users report improvements in quality of life.
The use of hearing aids is associated with reductions in anger, frustration, paranoia and anxiety and overall improvements in emotional stability.
People with hearing loss wait an average of 7 years before seeking help.
Don’t let time pass you by. Scheduling your hearing test today can ensure you find a hearing solution that works for you.
Untreated hearing loss leads to social isolation.
Trying harder to comprehend what others are saying can lead to avoidance of social situations, which furthers cognitive decline.
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Hearing Health Assessment
Do you often ask others “What?” or to repeat themselves?
Do you turn up the TV or radio louder than is comfortable for others?
Do you have trouble understanding speech in restaurants?
Do you have difficulty understanding soft voices, especially those of children or women?