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Case Study Shows Benefits of Captioned Telephones for Social Connection

A new case study published by the LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST)—a coalition of 400 technology companies, businesses, and aging service organizations, that are focused on technology to transform the aging experience—reveals that residents in senior living communities who use captioned telephones are less likely to experience the adverse effects of loneliness.

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Webinar: Hearing Loss and Associated Comorbidities: What Do We Know?

Many recent studies have linked hearing loss to disabling conditions, such as cognitive decline, depression, diabetes, falls, heart disease, and many more. This webinar—presented by Harvey Abrams, PhD, and sponsored by Hamilton CapTel—reviews several of the most eye-opening of these studies and summarizes their findings so that hearing care professionals can use them for better patient counseling—as well as to help educate doctors and primary care physicians for more patient referrals.

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