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Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

Untreated hearing loss means a part of your life starts to go silent and just slips away. You miss out on parts of conversations, start skipping social engagement because it’s frustrating to process what you can barely hear and before you know it – you’ve insulated yourself from the frustration. But you have also isolated yourself and that’s not a …

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Communicating with People who Have Hearing Loss

We all need to be able to be able to overcome difficulties in communication. Having some knowledge and strategies in place when conversing with a person suffering from hearing loss is also necessary. In this day and age, we are experiencing a public health issue of great concern when it comes to a population that has hearing impairment issues. It …

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May is Better Speech and Hearing Month!

Celebrate May with us at Crescent City Hearing Center and get a hearing evaluation. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association has designated May as Better Speech and Hearing Month, and this year’s theme is “Communication Across the Lifespan.” From the day we are born and our mother whispers “you’re prefect” to adulthood when our significant other whispers “I love you,” sound enriches …

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Difficulties with Communication Could Signal a Hearing Loss

If you or a loved one are experiencing hearing loss, you may not know it. You may have been noticing other things, however, that could in fact be the signs of hearing loss. There are several signs of hearing loss and difficulty communicating is one of them. Sometimes hearing loss occurs as the result of sudden exposure to extremely loud …