Join Us for Our Upcoming Virtual Audiology Speaker Series
To join us for any or all of the free events below, simply fill out the form on this page and you'll receive a follow up email.
Tuesday, September 15th 10:00 am
Hearing Better while Social Distancing
Social distancing and masks can create challenges for people with hearing loss. We will discussed how to successfully wear masks when wearing hearing aids (so as not to lose the hearing aids!) and how to communicate effectively when wearing a mask. In addition, we will talk about the importance of PHYSICAL distancing, not SOCIAL distancing.
Tuesday, September 29th 10:00 am
What is the Best Hearing Aid for Me?
Choosing a hearing aid can be very confusing—there are many options available. We will discuss the factors you need to consider when purchasing hearing aids and how to choose the best hearing aid for you.
Tuesday, October 13th 10:00 am
How to Encourage a Loved One to Improve their Hearing
The average person waits 7 years between first noticing a hearing loss and actually taking action on their hearing difficulties. This delay is often due to denial about the hearing loss and a reluctance to wear hearing aids. We will discuss strategies you can use to encourage a loved one to take the first steps to improve their hearing.
Tuesday, October 27th 10:00 am
The Importance of Hearing on Maintaining your Independence
We will discuss the role hearing plays on maintaining your independence and the importance of hearing well on person’s cognitive and mental states.
Audiology Presentations Hosted by:
Karen Kantzes, Au.D., CCC-A
Dr. Karen Kantzes joined the audiology team at Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center in 1997. Dr. Kantzes believes in an individualized approach to rehabilitating hearing loss for people of all ages. She has extensive knowledge of a variety of hearing aids and other listening devices. She is committed to helping clients hear better in many different listening environments by making personalized recommendations end ensuring that each client achieves desired outcomes. Dr. Kantzes also manages the Audiology Patient Assistance Program.