May 19, 2021
Specialists inform treatments for deafness to deafness we want to understand other people, we share with them, discuss. Jayme Albin will not settle for partial explanations. We want to hear what is happening around us, be not cut off from the world of acoustic information. But what if our hearing fades, and when even hearing aids are not sufficient help? Therapies for deafness to deafness specialists of the University Hospital at the Frankfurt listening day inform I want to hear! “.” The event takes on Saturday, September 21, from 9:30 to 14:30 at the University Hospital of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University instead of Theodor-Stern-Kai 7, House 22 (next to the main entrance). The hearing day offers expert advice and lectures on the topic, as well as free hearing tests; the HoRmobil of the German (DSJ Federation of the heavy horige) is also on site. “Will be hosted by the hearing date of initiative ICH want to hear!” by cochlear Germany in cooperation with the ENT Clinic of the University Hospital. The initiative would like to highly hard of hearing persons, their relatives sowie the public hearing as well as innovative approaches in the treatment of Horverlusten enlighten. Participation in the event is free of charge.
Our initiative is aimed especially at people who do not sufficiently understand well despite a supply of modern hearing aids”, so Durdane Erseker of I don’t want to hear”. With numerous materials, regional events, as well as our homepage want easily understandable, appealing design and product-neutral information about hearing damage and its treatment options.” So also at the Frankfurt listening day: specialists of the University Hospital Frankfurt provide an overview of modern treatment options and the latest technologies of improving listening with hearing implants. Participate in the star-studded programme of lectures and others. Clinic Director Professor Dr. med.
Timo Stover and Professor Dr.-ing. Uwe Baumann with. A panel of experts discusses current concepts of rehabilitation with the cochlear implant.