Relatively new research suggests hearing loss may be associated with cognitive decline. As HCPs, what do we need to know about this risk and what part are we able to play in the awareness of this?
It’s not easy to walk through the clinic door for that first appointment. As a hearing care professional you can ease the journey by following these tips. …
Hearing aids do more than amplify sounds. It is time to start talking about what hearing rehabilitation can truly mean for an individual.
Using person-centered language that acknowledges your patient’s struggles but also conveys respect is a good first step towards making the idea of wearing hearing devices more palatable.
With a little guidance from hearing care professionals on how to make Roger™ use a habit, those with hearing loss can fully reap the rewards of improved attentional load and not miss life’s ‘invisible gorillas’.
Audiologists are taught the importance of the audiogram. For good reason, as audiometry is the gold standard for diagnostics. But there is more to life than pure tones in quiet, right?
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