Recently, Dr. Rhee Nesson, Au.D., CCC-A met with Lisa Bayer, J.D., CCM to learn more about the importance of good hearing health for everyone, but particularly older adults who may be showing signs of dementia and other age-related medical and psychological conditions. Dr. Nesson is the owner and founder of Hearing Doctors of New Jersey with an office in Livingston, New Jersey.
According to Dr. Nesson, poor hearing can increase the risk of:
· Cognitive Impairment (such as Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias)
· Social Isolation
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