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While older adults are at higher risk of speech and hearing difficulties, early assessment, treatment and practical strategies can improve communication, social interactions and quality of life. Wearing properly fitted hearing aids, reducing background noise and watching faces and gestures of people talking to you can improve listening skills and comprehension. Making eye contact, speaking slowly and being calm in stressful situations can also help you communicate effectively.

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September is World Alzheimer’s Month, and September 21 is World Alzheimer’s Day. It’s a special day when Alzheimer’s organizations worldwid ...
Hearing loss is often considered a natural part of growing older, but a new study suggests that it may have a more significant impact than ...

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