Seniors and Their Hearing with Tom Sholten, NBC-HIS
About one-third of Americans between the ages of 65 and 74 have hearing problems. About half the people who are 85 and older have hearing loss. Whether a hearing loss is small (missing certain sounds) or large (being profoundly deaf), it is a serious concern. If left untreated, problems can get worse. Hearing loss can affect your life in many ways. If you have trouble hearing, there is help. Depending on the type and extent of your hearing loss, there are many treatment choices that may help. Hearing loss does not have to get in the way of your ability to enjoy life. Join us as Tom Sholten NBC-HIS, from HearLab, discusses the many treatment options for hearing loss as well as preventive care before problems arise.
Program in the Round Auditorium.