The Social, Cognitive, and Emotional Benefits of Good Hearing for Senior Americans

Dr. Kevin H. Ivory, Au.D., CCC-ABrain Health, Communication, Family & Relationships, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Lifestyle and leisure, Mental Health, News, Research

The Social, Cognitive, and Emotional Benefits of Good Hearing for Senior Americans

Staying in contact with other people, both friends and family, is important to seniors’ overall health. Not only can it improve people’s mood and make them feel connected with the world, but social interactions can even decrease the likelihood of developing major diseases, such as … Read More

Are Two Hearing Aids Better Than One?

Dr. Kevin H. Ivory, Au.D., CCC-AHearing Aids, Hearing Health

Are Two Hearing Aids Better Than One?

Most of us experience some degree of hearing loss in our lifetimes. For some people, it’s a result of lifestyle factors like workplace noise. For others, it’s simply a result of getting older. Regardless of the cause, our ears eventually don’t perform the way they … Read More

All about hearing protection

Dr. Kevin H. Ivory, Au.D., CCC-AHearing Loss Prevention

All about hearing protection

Hearing is an important part of our lives, yet many of us perform daily tasks or work in occupations that put our hearing at risk. In order to prevent noise-induced hearing loss, it’s important to obtain proper ear protection and learn how to use it … Read More

September is World Alzheimer’s Month

Dr. Kevin H. Ivory, Au.D., CCC-AAlzheimer's and Dementia

September is World Alzheimer’s Month

World Alzheimer’s Day is an international campaign to raise awareness and highlight issues faced by people affected by dementia. It’s an opportunity for people and organizations to demonstrate how we can overcome these issues and help people live well with dementia. Globally, dementia is one of … Read More

Know Your Rights with Hearing Loss

Dr. Kevin H. Ivory, Au.D., CCC-AUncategorized

Know Your Rights with Hearing Loss

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) makes it illegal to discriminate against individuals with hearing loss. While there are certainly challenges with hearing loss, the ADA is in place to make sure employers, landlords and the owners of public venues make it a point to … Read More