Today’s consumers live longer and expect more
Many clients with hearing loss have traditionally lived a quiet, more passive lifestyle. But you will have discovered that today’s clients are not prepared to compromise on living. People seek out and enjoy cultural and social activities like never before.1 In fact, for the older individual leisure activities are extremely important because they help maintain health and engagement with life.
Participation in activities for those with untreated hearing loss requires the brain to work harder. This makes it more challenging for people to manage without wearing themselves out by the end of the day.