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L is for Longer Lifespan

It’s no secret that life expectancy has improved from previous generations. Compare the average lifespan in the US of 69.77 in 1960, to 79.16 in 2015.

However, this blessing of added years often brings along chronic health issues, such as hearing loss, that place restrictions on daily activities.

By taking the proper steps to manage such conditions, we promote healthy aging: keeping ones cognitive and physical abilities in the best shape possible, in order to enjoy the Golden Years connected to the people and activities one loves.

If you suspect that you or someone you care about are being affected by a hearing loss, please give us a call at 917-791-1510 to fulfill those hearing needs, gracefully.

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H is for Home Visits

 

Shockingly, only 1 in 4 people who could benefit from audiology services actually receive appropriate care. Much of this has to do with lack of accessibility, especially when there are so many other pressing health concerns! However, maintaining your sense of hearing supports cognitive activity and is recommended in order to promote quality of life and general psychological health. We recognize that your schedule might be full, or transportation difficult, which is why we proudly offer full service, in-­home visits when needed. If you, or anyone you know can benefit from quality hearing healthcare in the comfort and privacy of their home (or our office!), please call us at 917-791-­1510 to schedule a visit.

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C is for CaptionCall

Having a hard time hearing over the phone, but feeling uneasy about seeking help for just that? We have the perfect tool for you, and it is available at no cost to anyone with a certified hearing loss. Call 917-791-1510 and we will happily tell you about this federally funded program which provides high tech amplified, captioning telephones to those who need.

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