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Hearing loss can lead to a form of dementia

Save up to $300 on a pair of Ultimate hearing aids**

June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

Because hearing loss is linked to an increased risk for dementia, we are offering a special savings on hearing aids, so you can make sure that you are doing what you can to prevent Alzheimer's disease. Besides dementia, hearing loss is associated with isolation and depression. By treating hearing loss, you can help your brain stay active.

Without treatment, hearing loss deteriorates over time1

Your hearing health is of utmost importance to us. It’s imperative to test your hearing every 12 months. Studies show that untreated hearing loss is linked to many conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, an increased risk of falling and more.2

Do you know the facts?

Studies show1 that untreated hearing loss can negatively affect relationships with friends and family, causing feelings of isolation and making communication difficult.

  • Older adults who use hearing aids show reduced depression symptoms and improved quality of life.3
  • Only 3 in 10 adults who had a physical exam in the last year say it included a hearing screening.4
  • Nearly 50% of adults ages 60-69 have hearing loss.5

Are you one of the nearly 50 million Americans3 with some degree of hearing loss? (If you aren't sure, then it might be time for a hearing assessment.*)