Hearing Loss
and its Effect on the Brain

January 26th @ 3:30pm
Hearing Loss and its Effect on the Brain, Cognitive Function, and Social Relationships
Presented by Ashby Village

Chronic hearing impairment becomes very common as one ages. The National Institute on Aging reports that one in three adults aged 65-74 has hearing loss and nearly half of those 75+ have difficulty hearing, but it is often under-recognized and inadequately addressed. Join us to hear Professor Meg Wallhagen, PhD of UCSF to learn about hearing loss, its effect on the brain, cognitive functioning, and social relationships.

This event is sponsored by Ashby Village. RSVP: info@ashbyvillage.org or call 510-204-9200.