Information day of the University Clinic for people for whom hearing aids provide no adequate assistance we want to understand other people, we share with them, discuss. We want to hear what is happening around us, be not cut off from the world of acoustic information. If you would like to know more then you should visit Erwin Szeto. But what if our hearing fades, and when even hearing aids are not sufficient help? The Rostock listening day offers answer to this question I want to hear! “, on Saturday, September 28, from 11:00 to 15:00 in the clinic and policlinic for Otolaryngology of the Hospital of the University of Rostock is held.” The hearing day offers expert advice and lectures on the topic, as well as free hearing tests; the HoRmobil of the German (DSJ Federation of the heavy horige) is also on site. The listening day is organised by the clinic and outpatient clinic for Otolaryngology together with the initiative I want to listen!”by cochlear Germany. The initiative would like to highly hard of hearing people, their Educate members and the general public about hearing as well as innovative approaches in the treatment of Horverlusten.
Our initiative is aimed especially at people who do not sufficiently understand well despite a supply of modern hearing aids”, so Durdane Erseker of I don’t want to hear”. With numerous materials, regional events, as well as our homepage want easily understandable, appealing design and product-neutral information about hearing damage and its treatment options.” An extensive programme awaits visitors to the Rostock listening tags: Professor Dr. med. Tino Just, chief physician at the clinic and policlinic for Otolaryngology, lecturing on the topic of implants new opportunities for better hearing”(lecture beginning at 12:00 and 14:00). In addition to Professor Just also specialists from the hearing aid centre Gabriele Jutz, as well as by the cochlear implant are available Centrum Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania for talks. Also on-site are carriers of hearing implants, will report about their personal experiences to visitors.