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Healthy hearing. Healthy life.

Do you wish your
hearing was better?

If you struggle to hear what people are saying, you are not alone. Roughly 36 million American adults suffer from some degree of hearing loss. Often, this happens gradually with minor annoyances, like asking people to repeat what they said, turning the TV up, missing sounds in nature or hearing people on the phone.

When you first notice a decline in your hearing, you should be tested. Without treatment, some people withdraw from social situations and may even become depressed. Don’t wait to seek help until your hearing is severely diminished.

Through evaluation and testing, we can help you hear better, restoring your ability to communicate more effectively and stay connected with family and friends. It may mean wearing hearing aids, but other treatments also may be helpful to you.

Upcoming Seminars: Brain Hearing

If you’re like most people, you’re used to thinking of hearing as something that happens in your ears. What people often don’t think about is what happens between their ears, in the hearing part of their brain. That’s where sound becomes information that has meaning. Your brain has to work hard to make this happen. When the sound signals from your ears are compromised, your brain has to work even harder to fill the gaps. To learn more about brain hearing, sign up for our seminar with guest speaker Tristan Holmberg, M.S. of Oticon, Inc.

 

When and Where:

June 9, 2016; 11:00am – 1:00pm
Crescent Park Senior Living, 2951 Coburg Rd.

September 15, 2016; 11:00am – 1:00pm
TBD

November 15, 2016; 11:00am – 1:00pm
Crescent Park Senior Living, 2951 Coburg Rd.

Please call (541) 689-2107 to RSVP.
Space is limited. Lunch will be provided.

Audiology Professionals

Audiology Professionals