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Dementia or hearing loss?

September 21st celebrates World Alzheimer’s Day and this year the focus is on the stigma around dementia and breaking the stereotypes and myths that surround a dementia diagnosis.  It is an international campaign that helps to raise awareness and highlight issues faced by people affected by dementia. The Links between dementia and hearing loss are [...]

By |2020-09-07T14:43:58+01:00September 1st, 2020|Categories: Dementia, Taking Hearing Seriously|Tags: , |0 Comments

Being Part of The Conversation

Dr John McMullan was a client of Aston Hearing since our outset nearly 30 years ago. A very passionate, local GP who regularly campaigned for more imaginative holistic care of patients and spent his career helping people to enjoy an ‘ordinary life’ as fully as possible. In his late forties he recognised his [...]

Dementia or Perhaps Untreated Hearing Loss?

Hearing should always be a consideration when measuring someone’s cognitive ability. Even an element of hearing loss can add to memory and cognitive challenges and a hearing solution may well alleviate some of the symptoms. There is much discussion in the media about the connection between [...]

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