Free Educational Classes
We provide free educational classes at Raleigh Hearing and Tinnitus Center. Click below to see the schedule of events for our free educational classes and also for links for our past educational classes!
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NEW Free Educational Classes
Due to the overwhelming popularity of our Tinnitus Management and Aural Rehabilitation Classes, we are combining the classes to cover a wide variety of topics for everyone. These classes will take place at our office, on the fourth Thursday of each month from 6:00pm - 7:00pm. The topics for the rest of the year, along with the dates, are provided below!
- Phone Connectivity (Jan 23)
- Tinnitus Activities Treatment (Feb 27) - CANCELLED due to family illness
- Aging in Place (March 26) - POSTPONED
- Tinnitus Activities Treatment (April 23) - POSTPONED
- Aging in Place (May 28) – Rescheduled Judy Sands
- What is Telehealth? (June 25) Dr. Sarah Patz
- Cochlear Implants (July 23) Dr. Sarah Patz
- Cognitive Behavioral Counseling for Tinnitus (Aug 27) Dr. Saranne Barker
- Over the Counter devices vs Hearing Aids (Sep 24) Dr. Sheri Mello
- Tinnitus Activities Treatment (Oct 22) Dr. Saranne Barker
- Holiday Celebration and Hearing in Noise (Nov and Dec combined, early Dec, date TBD) Dr. Sheri Mello, Dr. Saranne Barker, Dr. Sarah Patz
We want to give back to our community in the spirit of the holidays! Do you know of someone that has been affected by hearing loss and needs hearing aids but cannot afford them? We want to help! To nominate someone for our “gift of hearing”, please send an email to [email protected] with a short paragraph about how hearing loss
Tinnitus affects more than 50 million people. Read more about how you might benefit from Tinnitus treatment in a recent article from local WRAL.com news. http://www.wral.com/ringing-ears-check-medications-avoid-silence-to-stifle-the-noise/16812826/
Myth: Only older adults are affected by hearing loss. Fact: 48 million Americans have hearing loss and 2/3 of them are under age 65 years. Myth: Hearing aids are like glasses. Fact: Glasses can correct vision to 20/20 and the eyes do not require vision training to see more clearly. Hearing ability can not be restored to 100%. It takes