By 2030, 20% of the U.S. population will be 65 or older. They are a population who are more likely to have hearing loss, a sensory impairment that contributes to social isolation, anxiety, depression, and cognitive decline.
As research develops in showing that hearing loss is a modifiable factor for cognitive decline, we appreciate you joining us on this multi-disciplinary approach in addressing sensory deficits and their impacts on patients’ overall health.
Enjoy this month’s article Is Cognitive Function in Adults with Hearing Impairment Improved by the Use of Hearing Aids? Choi, et al. (2011).