Corpus ID: 6969872

Quantifying the Obvious: The Impact of Hearing Instruments on Quality of Life

@inproceedings{Kochkin2002QuantifyingTO,
  title={Quantifying the Obvious: The Impact of Hearing Instruments on Quality of Life},
  author={S. Kochkin and Carole Rogin and Mittleman Ma},
  year={2002}
}
Carole M. Rogin, MA At a press conference in May 1999, James Firman, PhD, president and CEO of the National Council on the Aging (NCOA), released some of the findings from what is perhaps the largest study ever conducted on the effects of untreated hearing loss on adults as well as their families. The study, commissioned by the NCOA, was funded by the Hearing Industries Association (HIA). The actual field work and analysis was conducted by the Seniors Research Group utilizing the National… Expand
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