Late-Deafened

Late-deafened people are those who have lost their hearing later on in life. Hearing loss can be gradual over a few years due to age, hereditary, specific medications, and high fever. Some people have experienced sudden deafness by trauma or surgery.

Sixty percent of veterans returning from the war have experienced Late-Deafness and tinnitus (ringing in the ear).

It takes seven or more years for some people to admit they have a hearing loss before getting their ears checked. Unchecked hearing loss can lead to early dementia.

Untreated hearing loss can have severe effects on a person’s health. Left unchecked, it can even speed the process of cognitive decline. If the area of the brain used for hearing is not functioning at capacity, then other functions are likely to take over that part of the brain.

Individuals receiving a distorted audio signal often see a faster rate of cognitive decline, and this can contribute to the dementia process in some patients.

Getting hearing aids is not a cure for hearing loss; it is only an aid to hearing. Sounds may be distorted, No matter how much you pay for them.

Attending the Hear Now Coffee Connection introduces alternative strategies to enhance your residual hearing abilities.

It is the only place where smart people with hearing loss, go to find solutions. Invite your friends to attend. They will thank you for it. 

Until the Trumpet Sounds: LET MY PEOPLE HEAR!

“Only fear the LORD, and serve Him in truth with all your heart; for consider how great things He has done for you.” 1 Samuel 12:24 

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