New Data Emerges: Can treating hearing loss result in cognitive improvement?
Emerging data implies that when hearing loss is addressed with properly fitted and tuned hearing aids, cognitive decline can be prevented (or slowed). Even more fascinating – the limited research available suggests that cognitive rebound can and has occurred. This brief, sponsored by Hamilton® CapTel®, explores:
- New research on cognitive decline impedance and rebound
- Whether other hearing assistive technologies can have a positive impact on cognitive health
- The role of cognitive screening tests
- If cognitive screening tests should become a standard practice for hearing healthcare professionals