Half of all people age-75+ have a hearing loss, and the average median income of households age 75+ is $32,000—often making affordability an issue for them when seeking hearing help. Additionally, seniors with hearing loss run the risk of social isolation which can lead to a raft of physical and mental problems. This means seniors seeking hearing help require special counseling and a patient-centric approach that will provide them with accurate information, expectations, and training, so they’re prepared for the changing listening environments in which they find themselves. A new 4-page article from Hamilton CapTel® written by tech industry veteran writer Laurie Orlov details some of the factors involved in a patient-centric approach to hearing care, as well as hearing aid pricing trends and other facts about hearing loss and hearing aids. Please fill out the form below for immediate access to White Paper