Is a loved one showing signs of hearing loss but not doing anything about it?
Denial is one of the most common symptoms of hearing loss, a condition that affects more than 20% of Canadians over age 65.
Getting your parents to agree to a hearing screening can sometimes be a challenge. Remember, this is about improving the quality of life for someone you care about – patience and persistence is the key.
Luckily our hearing professionals are here to advise you and your parents about hearing loss and the solutions to take in addressing it.
This video has some good advice if you have parents who are experiencing but not accepting their hearing loss:
For more tips on how to address hearing loss with your parents click here.
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