Sarah Black

Sarah Black

Photo illustration of a audiologist walking into a maze shaped like a brain

Cognitive-Screening Practices Among Audiologists

Cognition (i.e., the ability to reason, plan, remember, and direct tasks) has gained our professional attention, motivated in part by findings that hearing loss is associated with greater likelihood of cognitive decline (Lin et al, 2011; Lin et al, 2013) and is a major modifiable factor contributing to dementia risk (Livingston et al, 2017).   

Topic(s): Cognitive-Screening, audiology