Online Community Seminar: What's Best for My Ears?
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Time: Sep 30, 2020 06:00 PM
- 06:30 PM
Contact Phone: (269) 927-5361
Join audiologist, Heidi Schmeltzer, AuD, CCC-A, as she explores common indications of hearing loss and available treatments. She'll cover the diagnostic process, what to expect after diagnosis of a hearing loss, new amplification devices such as hearing aids and implants, and how to get the most out of each type of device.
Participants will be emailed a link on how to join. These are live events that take place over the internet. You will see the speaker and can submit questions. A valid email address is needed to complete your registration.
Register online here, or call 269.927.5361 to register over the phone.
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