Hearing & Balance Health
Audiologist Sarah L. Lively
Thursday, September 20, 2018
2PM to 3:30PM
We all want to hear what our friends are saying or follow the dialogue during a favorite film. Hearing is also fundamentally important to communication and social engagement. Those of us who experience imbalance or dizziness are at risk for falls and this can be managed.
Sarah L. Lively AuD from the Jefferson Balance and Hearing Center will discuss the importance of knowing your hearing health status, give us perspective on how our ears work and signs that let us know when we should seek the expertise of a health care professional. Sarah and her team, Cassidy Carion, Christa Nickel and Max Gibana, will focus on the importance of hearing in social engagement, misconceptions about hearing aids and the newest, improved technologies.
Join Penn's Village in the MacColl Room at The First Presbyterian Church, 201 S. 21st Street (entrance on 21st Street). The building is handicapped accessible. Kindly let us know in advance if you need this.
Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If emailing is inconvenient you may also call 215.925.7333. There is no charge for Penn’s Village members and volunteers. We would appreciate a $5 donation from other guests. Other guests are welcome to attend three programs before joining and/or volunteering.
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