Audiologist Leslie Herman

Audiologist Leslie Herman will hold a program about the impact of untreated hearing loss at SAGE Eldercare on Wednesday, September 20, 1 – 2 pm.

 

Herman, Au.D., founder of the Summit Hearing Aid Center, will discuss how untreated hearing loss can cause social isolation, increase the risk of falling, and coincide with depression or dementia.

 

“Recent studies have shown that treating hearing loss contributes to overall physical and mental wellness. Our goal is improve our patient’s quality of life through better hearing. I look forward to giving my presentation at SAGE, to older adults, caregivers, and staff,” Herman said.

 

For more information or to register for the program, please call: 908.598.5548 or email: education@sageeldercare.temp312.kinsta.cloud.

 

Since 1954, SAGE Eldercare has been helping make the communities it serves amazing places to age.  The non-profit organization provides a wide array of information, support, and services designed to help individuals lead the most independent and active lives possible.  From helping with errands and delivering Meals on Wheels, to exercise classes, community programs and support groups, Medicare counseling, care planning, an adult day health care center, and home health care, as well as the SAGE Resale Shop and Furniture Restoration Workshop, SAGE’s expertise helps older adults remain independent in their own homes.  SAGE is committed to being the leading provider of programs and services to meet the changing needs of older adults, their families, and caregivers in Union, Essex, Morris, and Somerset Counties.  For more information, please call 908.273.5550 or visit www.sageeldercare.org.

 

About Leslie Herman, Au.D.

Herman founded the Summit Hearing Aid Center, 75 Summit Avenue, Summit, in 1983. She received her Doctor of Audiology degree in 2005 from the Arizona School of Health Sciences, a master’s degree in audiology from Washington University in St. Louis, and a bachelor’s degree in speech pathology from Syracuse University. For more than 34 years, she and her staff have provided hearing evaluations and hearing aids to residents of Union, Morris, and Essex counties. She offers an “At Your Service” division of her practice that delivers private and personalized hearing healthcare services to clients in their homes and select retirement and assisted living facilities. For more information, please call: 908.277.6886 or visit: http://www.summithearingaidcenter.com.

 

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PHOTO:  Audiologist Leslie Herman will hold a program on the impact of untreated hearing loss at SAGE Eldercare on Wednesday, September 20, 1 – 2 pm. Herman, Au.D., founder of the Summit of Hearing Aid Center, will discuss how untreated hearing loss can cause social isolation, increase the risk of falling, and coincide with depression or dementia. For more information or to register for the program, please call: 908.598.5548 or email: education@sageeldercare.temp312.kinsta.cloud.

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