June’s Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month is an essential time to convey knowledge that empowers quality of life improvement. This is crucial when 6.9 million Americans, about 1 in 9 people aged 65 and older, are living with Alzheimer’s Dementia, thereby affecting 10s of millions of care-giving family members, friends, and colleagues. With aging demographics evident and incidence rates rapidly increasing, the societal message is clear, each of us must be more In the Know.

Comorbidity disease arrows imageFrom a Whole Person Care perspective, let’s explore how auditory acuities intertwine with Dementia. You may be familiar with the term Comorbidity, which indicates how two chronic diseases or medical conditions typically relate to one another.

You and your loved ones should be aware there is a significant and growing collection of which describes how hearing loss relates to Dementia. In other words, Hearing Loss and Dementia, each chronic in nature, relate to one another. This being the case, we are dedicated to:
• Sharing wellness information you need and personal touch you deserve
• Answering all your important questions about this topic and we encourage you to be curious
• Prescribing personalized treatment plans which (as reputable research indicates) may decrease the risk, delay the onset or reduce the severity of dementia

Do you know the 10 Signs & Symptoms of Dementia?

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Estimates suggest:

Delaying the onset of dementia by just 5 years through intervention could lead to a 57% reduction in the number of dementia cases and 40% lower cost for care and services in 30 years. 1

These numbers speak volumes and our compassionate team is dedicated to setting the highest standards of care which change people’s lives for the better. May we see you soon?


1 Powell DS, Oh ES, Reed NS, Lin FR and Deal JA (2022) Hearing Loss and Cognition: What We Know and Where We Need to Go. Front. Aging Neurosci. 13:769405. doi: 10.3389/fnagi.2021.769405


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