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Health Hearing Seminar 1 - Hearing Health & Hearing Loss
Tuesday, November 21, 2023, 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada) (UTC-08:00)
Health and Fitness
Registration is required
Hearing health is closely connected to our overall wellbeing. Learn how hearing works and how to preserve it. This seminar will include: types and causes of hearing loss, early signs, links to other disease, depression, balance, dementia, tinnitus, and the impact of hearing loss. Instructor: Dr. Katarina Vavrovicova, Echo Hearing Care.
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Credentials and Bio: My name is Katarina Vavrovicova and I am a clinical Doctor of Audiology, registered with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of British Columbia and certified by Speech-Language & Audiology Canada. I graduated from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in the USA with a doctoral degree in Audiology in 2006 and relocated to practice in Beautiful British Columbia. I have been working with physicians and the medical community in the Vancouver area for several years and my focus is on restoring hearing and communication with a passion for helping people and improving their well-being state. I recognize the importance of being able to hear well, and how the quality of one's hearing can have a direct influence on a person's social life, physical well-being, and emotional state.
I also serve on the Board of the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC. My previous experience includes working as a clinical supervisor at the School of Audiology & Speech Sciences, and participating in a multi-year research study at the University of British Columbia. In addition, I am actively involved in the community and teaching the public about hearing health.