While many of the COVID-19 restrictions have been an inconvenience, we have seen those with hearing impairment face additional challenges. Mask-wearing and social distancing make it difficult for people to communicate and impossible to read lips. Connecting with friends and family, therefore, is more important than it’s ever been, and we see today’s hearing aid technology being that lifeline.
For this reason, we are hosting a virtual Hearing Health Educational Seminar in April to educate people about the importance of treating hearing loss and the technology available to them that can dramatically change their lives.
At this one-hour virtual seminar, learn how effective hearing benefits your overall well-being, leading to a happier and more fulfilling life, better relationships and improved mental and cognitive health. Seminar topics include:
- The impact of hearing loss on your brain health and quality of life.
- The latest advancements in hearing care and how Oticon’s latest technology, Oticon MoreTM, supports your brain and delivers better speech understanding with less effort and the ability to remember more.
- Tips for navigating hearing and communication challenges caused by the pandemic.
Join us for our virtual Hearing Health Educational Seminar on April 28th at 10 a.m.
Featuring Donna Gelnett, Director of Audiology at The House Institute, and guest speaker Chalese Buttars, Au.D. and Education and Training Specialist with Oticon.
Save your spot now by registering at the link below:
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We hope to see you there,
The House Institute Hearing Aid Centers