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Addressing Hearing Loss May Improve Care of Older Adults

In Communication by Dr. Chris Lawson

At Evergreen Audiology Clinic, we think everyone deserves to have better hearing. For each individual, their hearing loss is unique and we treat everyone as an individual, like a family member that needs our help. The first step to get help for you, or a loved one, is calling for a hearing evaluation.  Many people look on hearing loss as …

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Facts & Fiction About Hearing Loss

In Hearing Loss by Dr. Chris Lawson

There have been tremendous advancements by hearing aid manufacturers incorporating technology into smaller and more powerful models. There has also been cutting edge research done on hearing loss and why and how it occurs. At Evergreen Audiology, we pride ourselves on being a state-of-the-art practice with the patience and compassion to give individual the “personal touch.” Call today for a …

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September is World Alzheimer’s Month

In Dementia & Alzheimer's by Dr. Chris Lawson

Alzheimer’s disease is a brain condition that impacts areas which control thought, memory, emotion, and language. Globally, two out of three people believe there is little to no understanding of dementia in their countries. Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are projected to impact 152 million people world-wide by 2050. Each year there is an international effort to raise world-wide awareness of …

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Things People with Hearing Loss Wish You Knew

In Communication, Stigma by Dr. Chris Lawson

Hearing loss of course one’s ability to hear what is happening in the world around them in so many ways. When someone is experiencing hearing loss, conversations can be all but impossible to follow. People with hearing loss may very well be able to hear a given conversation, but that does not mean that they can necessarily understand and follow …

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Investing in Your Health: Treating Hearing Loss

In Health by Dr. Chris Lawson

Did you know that hearing loss can have a direct effect on your finances? A study published in 2012 in the journal Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology found that people with hearing loss earn significantly lower wages than those with full hearing capabilities—more than this, the study notes that people with hearing loss are more likely to be unemployed. …