Hearing Loss: Prevention Through Education
Simple education on the subject of auditory health can be the difference between causing irreversible damage and preventing it. Let us at Soundwave Hearing Care explain to you why it’s important to let an audiologist in Calgary speak to your students or employees about preventing hearing loss.
Hearing loss in Canada
According to the Canadian Hearing Society, roughly one out of four Canadians are currently affected by some degree of hearing loss (though only 10% of the population consider themselves to be culturally deaf). Between the ages of 45 and 87, hearing loss affects roughly 46% of the population. With numbers like these, it’s important to educate yourself and others about keeping your hearing intact. There are ways to significantly decrease your chances of being affected. With the rise in increased exposure to ear-damaging sound in young people, it’s essential to keep your class or staff well informed.
Advantages of hearing seminars
One of the main dangers of hearing loss is that for the most part, it’s entirely asymptomatic. It causes no pain and the warning signs are extremely gradual. About 77% of Canadians who experience the effects of hearing loss have absolutely no idea that there’s anything wrong. It’s often impossible to completely avoid exposure to auditory hazzards, but there are ways to mitigate the damage they cause. Our seminars will not only teach you about the factors that cause hearing loss in the workplace, but also educate you and your staff on ways to reduce them.
Our seminars offer hearing solutions to you and your employees (or students) in Calgary by showing and explaining the different equipment you can use to protect your ears in the workplace. Our program seeks to raise employee morale and to protect the auditory health of everyone in your place of business.
For more information about protecting your hearing or to schedule a hearing test, contact us here. Our location in Calgary offers a variety of services that are sure to answer all your questions about reducing your risk of hearing loss. Visit us here to book your workplace seminar today.