Gradual hearing loss can affect people of all ages — varying from mild to profound. Hearing loss is a sudden or gradual decrease in how well you can hear. Depending on the cause, it can be mild or severe, temporary or permanent. Hearing loss is an invisible condition; we cannot see hearing loss, only its effects. Because the presence of a hearing loss is not visible, these effects may be attributed to aloofness, confusion, or personality changes. Noise-induced hearing loss may happen slowly over time or suddenly. Being exposed to everyday noises, such as listening to very loud music, being in a noisy work environment, or using a lawn mower, can lead to hearing loss over many years.
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My mother is 96 years old. For as long as I can remember she has had a hearing problem and it has grown worse. It was really a sad and lonely existence for her. All that changed recently when she was in a rehab facility for a month. Ms. Clark came to the facility and fit my Mother with new hearing aids and cleaned her ears. The results were amazing. My mother could hear for the first time in years. She understood everything we were saying. Being able to hear reduce her confusion. The ability to hear and understand those around her has aided tremendously in her recovery. I urge anyone who has a loved one who cannot hear to give them this gift of hearing. My Mother has a renewed zest for life, I love it. Cassie was very caring, explained everything and made the whole experience a pleasure.
-Debbie H. Katy,TX