"Healthy Aging 

and Your Hearing"

October 27th

at 10:00 a.m.

Open Discussion to Include Q&A:

  • How can you improve and maintain your mental acuity and independence as you age?
  • What is the most extensive research project investigating the factors for long-term happiness revealed?
  • What is the #1 modifiable risk factor for dementia - and what can you do about it?
  • Why does untreated hearing loss significantly increase your risk for the #1 cause of accident-related injury and death in older adults?
  • How can you find out if hearing deficits are affecting your brain's ability to function well?
  • Should you get a cognitive function screening and what is the most reliable and easiest way to get one?

Also, at this special event find out how you can experience the mental acuity benefits of optimum hearing clarity with no cost or obligation as part of a national study on hearing loss treatment and mental acuity.

Our Gift to You:

This informative and easy to read book by Hearing Center of Long Island Director Dr. Lawrence Cardano, Au.D. and MIT and Harvard trained neuroscientist Dr. Keith Darrow Ph.D. is our gift to you when you attend this special symposium. It will answer your questions about hearing loss tinnitus and dementia - and educate you about questions you should be asking but didn't know. Topics include:

- The Neuroscience of Maintaining Independence and Increasing Social Engagement As You Age

- The Proven Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Developing Dementia

- The Impact of Untreated Hearing Loss on Cognitive Function

The Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Treatment of Hearing Loss

- and much more including: Audiology, Treatment Process, and NeuroTechnology™ 

October 27th

at 10:00 a.m.

(on-site registration 9:15am)


Seating is Limited; RSVP Ends Soon!


350 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY 11565

Presented by:

Dr. Lawrence Cardano, Au.D.

Dr. Cardano of Hearing Center of of Long Island is a Doctor of Audiology and is Board Certified in Audiology©. He is a frequent speaker on the topics of healthy aging and hearing loss treatment. Author of Better Hearing With or Without Hearing Aids, the Long Island Sound newsletter, and the co-author of Stop Living Your Life Disconnected: How Treating Hearing Loss Can Change Your Life, Maintain Your Independence, and May Reduce Your Risk of Dementia.

Questions? Call (516) 548-5816