CCMC Hearing Care On the Importance of Hearing Everyday Sounds

ALMA, Mich. - Michimich -- Nearly 48 million Americans have some form of hearing loss. It becomes more common with age, yet many people don't seek treatment. Mid-Michigan's CCMC Hearing Care treats hearing loss in people of all ages. Restoring hearing loss, when possible, gives clients back important clues in their day to day activities.

Everyday sounds are important for supporting social, emotional, and physical health. In Michigan, seasons are punctuated with sounds: the first birds of spring, the whack of a bat hitting a ball in summer, and even the sounds of road construction, for example. Everyday sounds help people navigate, socialize, and orient themselves to time and place. Those who miss the sounds of life around them due to hearing loss can miss out on precious memories, important social clues, and even sounds that warn of danger, like a car horn.

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It's estimated that over 28 million adults in the United States could improve their hearing with hearing aids, but don't. Hearing aids aren't right for everybody, but they aren't the only treatment for hearing loss. The hearing care specialists at CCMC Hearing Care can diagnose hearing loss and educate patients of the causes, treatment options, and steps they can take to improve their quality of life.

CCMC Hearing Care provides hearing tests and audiological services at two locations in mid-Michigan:

St. Johns – (989) 796-4555 – Monday, Thursday, and Friday (inside Clinton County Medical Center Psychological Services)

Alma – (989) 292-3572 – Tuesday and Wednesday (inside Gratiot Psychological Services)

Call to schedule an appointment or visit the CCMC Hearing Care website at:

CCMC Hearing Care

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