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assisted living | 60-day stay trial | hearing loss | senior hearing loss | Aging & Caregiving

Seniors: Dealing with Hearing Loss

By: Marissa Salvesen
October 18th, 2013

Dealing with hearing loss is never easy, especially for an aging loved one. If you are dealing with hearing loss yourself, you have probably noticed how easy it is to withdraw when it becomes difficult to follow a conversation at a family gathering or any social event. Listening to a speaking presentation, many seniors have experienced confusion, embarrassment, or loneliness in trying to catch all of the words that are being spoken. In addition, as the aging process moves along, it is not uncommon for many families to view certain behavior as signs of depression, moodiness or disinterest rather than a hearing problem.

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