Complimentary Hearing Health Webinar for Caregivers hosted by Today’s Caregiver magazine
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Dec. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Today’s Caregiver magazine (www.Caregiver.com), the nation’s leading support, training and educational organization for family and professional caregivers since 1995, announces its upcoming Today’s Caregiver Magazine Best Practices: Hearing Health Webinar. This complimentary webinar is designed to help professional and family caregivers learn to best deal with their clients’ and loved ones hearing loss. It will be led by Today’s Caregiver magazine’s founder and Editor-In-Chief Gary Barg, the nationally recognized caregiver advocate, and Jim Rollins, BC-HIS, a board certified hearing health expert for over 12 years who has held leading positions with manufacturers including Sonic Innovations, Siemens Hearing Instruments and Beltone Electronics. Today’s Caregiver Magazine Best Practices: Hearing Health Webinar will run January 10th from 2:30 to 3:30 ET. Complimentary space is limited. Register online at http://www.caregiver.com/ for this no-cost Webinar or call 800-829-2734 extension: 120
Today’s Caregiver Magazine Best Practices: Hearing Health Webinar http://www.caregiver.com will detail issues such as how to recognize and treat hearing loss, talk with your clients and loved ones about hearing loss, determine the best technological solutions, understand the importance of hearing health for your clients overall health and well-being. The session is also filled with hands-on tips to increase communication.
Hearing loss has become an increasingly important healthcare issue as a recent Johns Hopkins study reported that the more severe the hearing loss, the stronger the association of cognitive decline. Also, the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging, the longest running study of human aging in the United States, recently uncovered an association between hearing loss and dementia.
These facts are of special significance to professional caregivers such as Social Workers or Geriatric Care Managers since hearing loss can lead to social isolation, which is a major health challenge facing many seniors and senior caregivers.
“Unfortunately, many seniors will not tell their professional or family caregivers of any hearing loss onset for fear of losing independence. Instead, they become isolated, depressed, angry, lonely, frustrated and even physically ill,” states Gary Barg, Founder and Editor-In-Chief of Today’s Caregiver magazine and http://www.caregiver.com.
Registration: Today’s Caregiver Magazine Best Practices: Hearing Health Webinar will run January 10th 2:30 EST. Go online at http://www.caregiver.com/ for this no-cost Webinar or call 800-829-2734 extension: 120