Upcoming Events for Audiology & Hearing Services
- January 29, 2018
- Posted by: cursell
- Category: Blog
Please join us at any of our upcoming events
2/12 -2/14: Join us for our Valentine’s customer appreciation event. Drop in from 10am-12pm on these days to pick up a Valentine gift from us and enter to win a $50 gift card.
2/22: Trivia night to support Alzheimer’s research. Audiology & Hearing Services of Charlotte is donating a prize basket to help educate people about the link between hearing loss and cognition. The event starts at 6 pm, $5 donation per person suggested.
Three Spirits Brewery
5046 Old Pineville Rd,
Charlotte, NC 28217.
3/12: Dr. Melissa Karp presenting to Lifelong Learner’s Group at Sun City at the SCCL Lodge “Hearing Loss and Advances in Treatment”
Adults over age 50 years are bombarded with direct mail, advertisements, and talks about hearing aids. There are a lot of claims in the news and in those ads that hearing loss causes dementia, falls, and depression. It is also not uncommon to see ads for hearing aids that seem too good to be true and offer free hearing screening, free trials, and free everything for life. It can be a lot of confusing information to take in and process. In this talk we go over the latest claims, what the peer-reviewed data actually says, and discuss the newest technology advances and who will benefits from them. Bring your questions as we separate facts from sound-bites.
Sun City Carolina Lakes
1353 Del Webb Blvd,
Indian Land, SC 29707
3/13: Join Audiology and Hearing Services at the Charlotte Checkers Game for Hearing Loss Awareness Night
Join us at Bojangles’ Coliseum on Tuesday, March 13th at 7 pm! Show your support by wearing your favorite hearing loss/Deaf pride shirt to the game! Tickets available at Fevo.com
3/19: Dr. Melissa Karp will be giving a presentation to the Mighty Mom’s Group about Sound Sensitivity, 7pm
“Why are sounds bothering my child?”
Sound sensitivity is not what you might think it is. In this talk we will explore what types of sound sensitivities are developmentally appropriate and which ones are atypical. We’ll discuss strategies for managing sound sensitivity long term and how to react in the moment when it is bothersome.
2301 Stevens Mill Rd,
Matthews, NC 28104, USA