Tag: hearing healthcare



Fall Walk4Hearing Events Announced

The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) Walk4Hearing along with 2021 platinum sponsor CapTel Captioned Telephone, announce that people of all ages are invited to participate in the events and to “Hear Now. Be Well.” By being active and engaged and making hearing health a regular part of a wellness regimen, people with hearing loss can thrive. 

SPECIAL REPORT: Social Engagement and Hearing Loss

Human beings are social creatures. This special report, featuring comments from leading experts in psychology and audiology, reviews new and important research on hearing loss, and shows why audiological care needs to renew its focus on helping patients regain their communication and social engagement activities—those things that make life meaningful and rewarding.

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Depression, Hearing Loss, and Treatment with Hearing Aids, by Victor Bray, PhD

“Depression, Hearing Loss, and Treatment with Hearing Aids” by audiologist and educator Victor Bray, PhD, is a PDF article, produced in April 2019 by The Hearing Review and sponsored by Hamilton® CapTel®, that presents a comprehensive overview of what we know about this subject, and provides a strong case for the partnership of audiologists and mental health experts in the battle against chronic depression.

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HIA Launches “Hear Well. Stay Vital.” Campaign to Promote Hearing Awareness

The Hearing Industries Association (HIA), in partnership with the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA), the American Academy of Audiology (AAA), the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA), and the International Hearing Society, has launched a public awareness campaign to promote better hearing called “Hear Well. Stay Vital.”

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Australian Government to Invest $237K in Programs for Deaf and Hearing-Impaired Teens at Risk of Mental Health Issues

The funds will support the work of Hear For You, a charity that has been addressing the mental health concerns of deaf and hearing-impaired teenagers since 2008. According to the announcement, the investment will assist Hear For You to improve the mental health of 9,000 deaf and hearing-impaired teenagers across Australia.

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