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Online Survey on personal experiences with hearing aids and music

It is widely acknowledged that hearing aids that make efforts to improve music transmission

are also good for speech and that the reverse in NOT the case. While hearing issues rise steadily

with age, the sheer scale is not widely appreciated: that over half of all people in the 50‐60 age group and nearly three quarters of those

over 70 experience hearing loss.

A team of researchers at Monash University are seeking participants to be involved in a survey relating to enhancing music transmission quality for hearing aids. You can enter the survey here.

The survey closes on December 5th

DISCLAIMER: While COTA Victoria takes steps to ensure that any research we promote is governed by ethics approval and with expected outcomes aiming to be of benefit to older people, please note that we cannot take responsibility for any methodology or conclusions.

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