Materials from presentation
Hearing Loss in Older Adults — Its Effect on Mental Health
Negative consequences of uncorrected hearing loss––a review
Association of Cardiovascular Comorbidities With Hearing Loss in the Older Old
Hearing Loss and Falls Among Older Adults in the United States
Dementia Screening: A Role for Audiologists
Loneliness Might Be a Killer, but What’s the Best Way to Protect Against It?
Patient Engagement Through Interventional Counseling and Physician Outreach
Date: July 23, 2018
Time: 3:00 - 5:00 pm
6140 SW Boundary St
Portland, OR 97221
Topic: Negative Effects of Untreated Hearing Loss - For at least three decades, several prominent audiology researchers have speculated that hearing loss can significantly impact performance on dementia tests—including the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE), the most popular test used for determining cognitive function. A new study found that reduced audibility significantly reduces scores on the MMSE, resulting in greater apparent cognitive deficits and possible misdiagnosis of dementia. Diabetes, Depression and Cardio Vascular Disease are also medical conditions associated with hearing loss. This session will discuss the negative effects of untreated hearing loss and the benefits of care that often lead to an improvement in the quality of life of seniors
Speaker: Robert Tysoe is the Marketing Consultant & Trainer for Hearing Healthcare Marketing Company. He has a history of strong success in Marketing and Sales in the health care industry. He has twenty-five years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and medical device sales; as well as over ten years of highly successful results in providing physician marketing training programs for the audiology industry.
Host: Rose Schnitzer Manor - At Rose Schnitzer Manor, family is at the heart of everything we do. We provide the personalized care and support that is important to you, in a safe, warm, and nurturing environment that will soon feel like home to you. You’ll also discover a community of culture and wealth of activities to stimulate the mind, body and spirit.