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Massachusetts Eye and Ear

Forum on What’s New with Hearing Loss

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Affecting 15 percent of adults in the U.S., hearing loss is a struggle that many of us face. It's an essential part of life — one that can have a significant impact on you as well as your loved ones. Since there are many causes to hearing loss, including age and noise, it is important to have your hearing tested regularly. That way, you will be able to work with a specialist if there is a change to find a hearing solution that keeps you connected with those around you.

To help you learn more about hearing loss and the different treatment options available, we offer annual seminars on the topic, which are designed to help you preserve your senses — especially hearing — and live a healthier life.

At this year’s event, a team of our clinicians shared the latest in audiologic management of hearing loss. Below are the different topics covered at the event, as well as videos of each segment.

2019 Seminar Program


Meaghan Reed, AuD, CCC-A

Watch Dr. Reed's welcome

Audiology Research

Julie Arenberg, PhD, CCC-A

Watch Dr. Arenberg's presentation

Hearing Care Products

Anita Mepani, AuD, CCC-A

Watch Dr. Mepani's presentation

Online vs. In-Clinic Hearing Aids

Danielle Frank, AuD, CCC-A

Watch Dr. Frank's presentation

Access to Hearing Care Products and Services Outside of the Traditional Clinic

Naomi Fireman, AuD, CCC-A

Watch Dr. Fireman's presentation