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Dennis Hampton, Ph.D, CCC-A,

Editor

Keith E. Hampton,

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Subscriber Bulletin

Winter 2018

We’re preparing your copies of the

Winter issue of Hearing HealthCare News.

Copy Deadline: Nov. 1

Ship Date: Dec. 5

 

Please mail, fax or e-mail up to 150 words of custom copy to keith@hhcnews.com.  You may also select a topic from our library of topics (section 4 of your Practice Development Program manual).  We’ll print the Editor’s copy (shown below) if we don’t receive copy from you.

Note: Be sure to get a confirmation number after sending custom material.

Dennis Hampton, Ph.D.
Editor

Our Topics
  • FAQ’s about hearing and hearing aids

    Answers to questions about hearing in noisy restaurants, binaural hearing, dealing with loud sounds and “hearing as well as possible all the time.”

  • Dementia and untreated hearing loss.
  • A short review of research on the relationship between untreated hearing loss and dementia.   Also a discussion of other negative effects of untreated hearing loss and research on the many beneficial effects of hearing aid use.
  • Smoke alarm alert.

    Many people with hearing loss are unable to hear their smoke alarm when not using their hearing aids. We publish this caution about smoke alarms about every two years, and include recommendations.

  • A tale of two bridge partners.
  • This short story illustrates the difference between a positive and effective approach to hearing loss and another approach that is far less effective.

Winter 2018

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Give the Gift of Hearing

 

Did you know there are millions of people who could hear better and enjoy life more, but don’t?  Many people are unaware or don’t want to admit they have a hearing problem.  Denial is the greatest obstacle to better hearing.

 

The holiday season is a wonderful time to give a special gift of hearing simply by sharing your own experiences.  More than half of people responding to a recent survey said they would seek help if a friend or family member asked them to do so.

 

 You can help by sharing how taking good care of your own hearing has made your life more enjoyable.  It’s not only about hearing better—it’s about making life easier and more enjoyable for everyone.

         

We wish you and your family a happy holiday season and a happy and healthy 2018

  (Closing as in last issue)