Meet your HFH Speakers Bureau
John Hoglund BC-HIS, ACA
John is Nationally Board Certified Hearing Instrument Sciences, and has been Certified by the American Conference of Audioprosthology. John has been taking care of the needs of the Hearing Impaired for the past 24 years in Florida. John will offer insights into the often confusing symptoms associated with Hearing Loss, especially when noise exposure is involved. He will also cover the advancements into the treatment of NERVE DEAFNESS and present information concerning the recent findings from John’s Hopkins concerning the findings that untreated Hearing Loss DRAMATICALLY increases the probability of developing Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia. John has lectured throughout Florida since 1985, and will be available for a question and answer period at the conclusion of the lecture.
Frederick W, Schaerf, M.D., Ph.D
Frederick W, Schaerf, M.D., Ph.D is a neuropsychiatrist and Principal Investigator at the Neuropsychiatric Research Center of Southwest Florida. He specializes in Alzheimer’s disease and neurological disorders. Dr. Schaerf has conducted over 100 clinical research trials in Alzheimer’s disease and is hopeful of finding effective treatments. He was Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He has served on numerous boards in Lee County for mental health and dementia care, and currently is active with the Quality Life Center. Dr. Schaerf was recently appointed by the Florida State Surgeon General to sit on the new Alzheimer’s Disease Research Grant Advisory Board. He maintains a private Neuropsychiatry practice and research center in Fort Myers, covering all of Southwest Florida. He will present the latest findings in Memory Testing and research related to treatment of cognitive memory issues.
Angel C. Duncan M.A.-MFT, ATR
Angel C. Duncan has an extensive background in counseling psychology and dementia forms. She is at the Neuropsychiatric Research Center of Southwest Florida as a cognitive scales rater in clinical research trials and provides research education in Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias throughout Southwest Florida. In addition, Angel is a consultant for GE Healthcare and speaks globally. She is an Adjunct Professor in New Haven, CT at Albertus Magnus College, and Visiting Instructor at the University of Alabama- Tuscaloosa. Angel is a contributing author and regularly publishes in medical journals and other publications. She has been interviewed in The Los Angeles Times, The New Jersey Star Ledger, CBS, ABC news, WGCU-Gulf Coast Live!, Google Hangout, among others.
"I would recommend this lunch and learn seminar to your friends and family because it is very informative. The worshop was excellent. The speakers were very knowledeable and covered every ear problem possible. They also explained everything in laymans language which made it easy to understand. My knowledge about hearing has dramatically improved after attending the Seminar."
– Eileen A, Bonita Springs
“The seminar was very informative - I learned a lot about hearing loss and tinnitus since I was concerned about it and dementia. The seminar covered information that was helping and made me understand Tinnitus and how to cope with this condition”
– Sandra K., Fort Myers
“It was really interesting learning of the emotional and brain trying to compensate for the hearing loss. The information was helping in understanding tinnitus. As a spouse of a person with tinnitus, I can be more sensitive to his condition”
– Janet M., Fort Myers
“The information that was covered was informative and very helpful in understanding Tinnitus and hearing loss. They provided me with information that I had not heard before. John is an above average speaker and knows his topics very well. I have learned so much from him and I’m pleased to have come to the seminar”
– Barbara K., Fort Myers
“I would recommend this seminar to my friends and family because it’s an opportunity to have hope. They covered every topic that I was seeking information about and the material was presented in an effective format for learning about hearing loss. ”
– Michael H., Bonita Springs
“Just to know that there is hope out there is enough. The information and explanations were simple and not too technical for the average Joe and my knowledge about hearing after the seminar was dramatically improved. I have read books on tinnitus but your information and procedures opened up a whole new world”
– Christine W., Estero
“Excellent Tinnitus Presentation today! I am so glad I came. I expected an extended sales pitch, but got a very good overview of hearing and tinnitus problems with a description of a treatment protocol and recommended product. Well done!”
– Robert G., Naples