Educational Seminars on Hearing
Discover more about hearing loss
Did you know that Hearing Loss is the #3 disability in the United States? Did you know that one in four people over the age of 50 are affected by some sort of hearing impairment? Though not always the result of aging, hearing loss does occur with greater frequency as we get older.
Most people with hearing loss suffer needlessly mainly because they are not aware of available hearing testing and hearing aid help.
To help with this easy-to-fix issue we are pleased to offer seminars on hearing, hearing loss and hearing aids called H.E.A.R. which stands for Hearing Education and Rehabilitation.
We will address topics such as:
Contact us today to find out when the next seminar is —
or to set up a free seminar for your organization.
A free seminar for your organization
This special seminar, offered free, is made possible by the Hearing Aid Center. This will not be a sales pitch, but rather a chance for us to educate a population which might otherwise suffer from misconceptions associated with hearing loss and the hearing industry.
To make it even more exciting a door prize drawing will be offered immediately following the presentation to thank you and your organization for allowing us this opportunity to discuss this important topic.
Attendees will be given an opportunity to sign up for a FREE hearing test, in our office.
Should you attend?
Here’s what a few recent attendees got out of the free course:
“Education is critical in order for a patient to make a positive quality of life decision in regards to their hearing health. The H.E.A.R. program is a concise and informative introduction to the causes of hearing loss. I highly recommend it.”
Dr. Susan Good, M.S-C.C.A Aud.
“I never knew how much I was missing before I attended a seminar lead by the folks at the Hearing Aid Center. The H.E.A.R. program really helped me to understand how a hearing loss happens and what can be done to treat it.
I used to have so many misconceptions regarding hearing loss and hearing aids, but now feel much more confident about seeking treatment.”
“The H.E.A.R. program presents information in such a helpful and usable way that I highly recommend that my patients attend. A patient that is informed about hearing loss is well on their way to recovery.”
Joann Harry RN, MSN