“Everyone knows someone who has survived cancer, but until now no one knows anyone who has survived Alzheimer’s Disease.”
-Dale E. Bredesen, M.D.+
Associations between hearing loss and dementia: What’s the #1 most modifiable risk factor?
Be our guest to learn about Hearing Loss and Dementia
Treasure Valley Hearing welcomes you to join us for a special event in collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Association. Hearing loss and dementia have been linked in numerous studies. Learn more about how taking positive steps to improve hearing wellness can reduce the risk of dementia for yourself or a loved one. If you have been putting off seeking solutions to hearing loss, it isn’t too late to take action. Please join us as we explore the connection between hearing loss and cognitive decline, and discuss ways to slow down this process.
10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Location: Hampton Inn & Suites
7499 W Overland Rd, Boise, ID
Robie Creek Meeting Room
Reservations required – please RSVP by October 2nd
Christine Bubb, Alzheimer’s Association Greater Idaho Chapter
Jacquie Elcox, Treasure Valley Hearing
Treasure Valley Hearing and our co-sponsor the Alzheimer’s Association are pleased to welcome you to a complimentary seminar. To reserve your space please call 208-938-3777.
If you have been putting off seeking solutions for your hearing loss, take action today. Please join us as we explore the connection between hearing loss and cognitive decline, and discuss ways to treat and slow down this process.
Are you experiencing these symptoms of hearing loss?
- Have trouble understanding conversations, or have to ask people to repeat themselves?
- Feel more forgetful than you used to?
- Have difficulty processing rapid speech?
Do you know the facts about hearing loss and dementia?
Here are a few things we will be discussing at our seminar. Did you know:
- Hearing loss is the third most common health problem in the United States?
- People with untreated hearing loss are 2-5 times more likely to develop dementia?**
- Research supports early hearing care intervention for reduced risk of cognitive decline and better overall health?
- People with hearing loss wait an average of seven years before seeking help?
This is just the start. To learn even more and hear about what you can do to protect yourself, reserve your spot for this educational event. Lunch is included at this free seminar. Reservations are required. Call 208-938-3777 to RSVP.
+Bredesen, Dale E., M.D., The End of Alzheimer’s: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline. Avery. 2017.
**Frank R. Lin, MD, PhD, et al, “Hearing Loss and Incident Dementia.” Arch Neurol. 2011;68(2):214-220.