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With the increased focus on person centered care, the conversation surrounding aging has been reframed. Presently the biopsychosocial model prevails informed by primary, secondary and tertiary screening to promote healthy and successful aging.
The speech quality degradation, in combination with room noise/reverberation and the absence of visual cues, renders speech close to unintelligible for many.
Persons with hearing difficulties who have postponed seeking assistance likely represent an untapped resource. By reframing your practice and using social media to spread the word you may become a successful disrupter/innovator expanding options for persons with hearing difficulties.
Given a lack of government mandates for attention to declining hearing, Barbara Weinstein explains that the audiology community needs to raise physicians’ awareness of what happens when it is ignored.