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January 23, 2017 London Audiology Blog

London Audiology Consultants is very excited to announce our 2000 EARS Campaign for 2017.  We are committed to raising awareness of the importance of hearing.

 

Our goal is to test 1000 people (that’s 2000 ears!)  We need your help to achieve this!  Please encourage your friends and family to come in and get a baseline hearing test.

 

When we reach our goal we will donate $1,000.00 to the local Men’s Mission.

 

So please be a part of this great initiative.

 

Throughout the year you can look on our website to follow our progress.



January 19, 2017 London Audiology News

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London Audiology Consultants January

2017 Hearing Club

Myths and Facts about Hearing Loss and Hearing Aids

featuring

Alison Young Audiologist at London Audiology Consultants

Many of us have ideas about hearing loss and hearing aids that come from a variety of sources including friends, family and things we see on TV and in movies. Find out how to distinguish the myths from the facts as Alison takes through this informative talk.

The talk will commence at 2:00 pm.


Light refreshments served following including tea, coffee, and snacks.

Please join us and bring a friend or family member.

Everyone is Welcome



January 9, 2017 London Audiology Blog

Studies show a link between untreated hearing loss and depression. Hearing impaired people who do not wear hearing aids are 50% more likely to suffer from sadness and depression than those who do wear their hearing aids. This was found in a study of more than 2,300 subjects.

 

Other studies have shown that as untreated hearing loss gets worse the risk of cognitive issues, like dementia, increases.

 

Researchers suggest not being able to function socially is an important factor. People who have difficulty communicating in social settings tend to avoid them and stay home. They also noted that anger, frustration and anxiety are commonly found among the unaided hearing impaired population.

 

People usually wait an average of 6 years from the onset of hearing loss to seek medical treatment. Those between 20 and 69 years of age are even more unlikely to seek treatment than those over 70 years of age.

 

Its never too early or too late to have a hearing test. To help raise awareness about the importance of hearing testing, London Audiology Consultants has launched our “2000 Ears Campaign!”  More details next time!


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