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Hearing, Cognition, and Hearing Aids: What Gives?

Thursday, June 24 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Members & guests–free. To RSVP, please scroll down. The day before the event, a confirmation email will be sent to registered attendees with additional details to join via Zoom.

Join us to learn about the interplay between cognition, hearing, with an overview on hearing aids and technology. The talk will focus on ways to facilitate communication through strategies for reducing breakdowns, such as changes to the environment, and the impact of hearing and hearing loss on communication errors.

About Dr. Jack Scott
Jack Scott, Ph.D. is a Senior Audiologist in Global Audiology for GN Hearing. His areas of interests include adult and geriatric hearing health and hearing remediation, the interplay between hearing loss and cognition, tinnitus management, and telehealth. He is a lecturer at Northwestern University and has an adjunct research appointment at Western University. His passion is inspiring clinical decision-makers in embracing innovative


Hearing, Cognition, and Hearing Aids: What Gives? (6/24) via Zoom
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Thursday, June 24
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Chicago, IL United States
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