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May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

By | Communication, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Treatment, News, Research, Signs & Symptoms

Did you know that May is Better Hearing and Speech Month? Every year, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (also known as ASHA) raises awareness around hearing and speech issues with a month-long campaign of education and outreach. Here at Hearing Group we’re always eager to share Better Hearing and Speech Month with our community. Won’t you join us this May to get a deeper understanding of hearing issues? Communication Across the Lifespan This year, Better Hearing and Speech Month is designed around the theme of “Communication Across the Lifespan”. ASHA has developed focused material that tackles the challenges of hearing loss…

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Improve Family Communication by Treating Hearing Loss

Improve Family Communication by Treating Hearing Loss

By | Communication, Friends & Family, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Treatment | No Comments

With Father’s Day less than two weeks away, do you know what you’re getting your dad to show him that you appreciate the impact he’s had on your life? Family plays an important role in our lives, and Father’s Day is a perfect time to acknowledge the love and support you’ve received from your family over the years. This year, improve family communication to show Dad you care. Noticing the Signs of Hearing Loss Hearing loss is one of the top chronic health problems in the U.S., affecting nearly 40 million Americans. According to the National Institute on Deafness and…

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The Benefits of Treating Hearing Loss

The Benefits of Treating Hearing Loss

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Although hearing loss can be caused by many factors, they can lead to some of the same other health problems. As we know, hearing doesn’t happen in the ears, per se; it happens in the brain. The links between mental health and hearing have been established in a number of different fields, such as psychology, neurophysiology, and cognitive science. Each of these fields emphasizes the importance of treating hearing loss before it leads to other health problems. Dementia Ted Leverton’s 2017 article “Hearing Loss and Dementia” in the British Journal of General Practice emphasizes that the use of hearing aids…

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