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Hearing Healthcare and Cognition

November 18, 2022

A summary of the latest research on hearing and cognition, plus what it means for your clients. View full article

Dementia prevention, intervention, and care

November 18, 2022

Worldwide around 50 million people live with dementia, and this number is projected to increase to 152 million by 2050,1 rising particularly in low-income and middle-income countries (LMIC) where around two-thirds of…

Audition Matters More as Cognition Declines

September 29, 2022

We know active and passive auditory processing allows us to receive and perceive multiple acoustic signals superimposed upon each other. Incredibly, when our peripheral and central nervous systems function optimally, we extract…

A Deeper Dive into Cognition & Audiology: 2022

September 29, 2022

Approximately 55 million people (globally) have acquired dementia (WHO, 2021) and that number is expected to triple in the next 28 years (by 2050).1 Despite disappointment regarding the pharmacologic treatment of Alzheimer’s…

Issues in Cognitive Screenings by Audiologists

September 29, 2022

It almost goes without saying that one’s cognitive or emotional status, neurologic status, and state of mental health impacts sensory perceptions. The opposite is also true. Specifically, sensory changes can (and do)…

A Two-Minute Speech-In-Noise Test Protocol and Pilot Data

September 29, 2022

In this article, we demonstrate a simple protocol that can rapidly determine speech-in-noise thresholds and can be used to validate and verify important differences between unaided and aided responses. View full article:…

Cognitive screenings in otolaryngology? The time has come

September 29, 2022

The demographics and communicative disorders which traverse aging, neurocognitive disorders and auditory problems are staggering. Lancet Public Health1 estimates 57 million people globally with dementia in 2019 and by 2050 there will…

The emerging relationship between cognition and audition: why cognitive screenings are beneficial for audiology patients and why comprehensive audiometric evaluations are recommended for people with mild cognitive impairment, cognitive decline and dementia

September 29, 2022

The relationship between hearing loss and the exacerbation of cognitive decline is well documented. Multiple reports have presented evidence that as hearing loss increases, so too, does the potential for cognitive decline….

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