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Hoglund Family Hearing and Audiology strives to be the hearing educational resource for Southwest Florida. We offer informative lectures about hearing loss, hearing aids and tinnitus (ringing ears). Please view video below for more details.


Hoglund Family Hearing and Audiology & SW Florida Tinnitus and Hearing strive to be the hearing educational resource for Southwest Florida and we are inviting 30 Seniors to each Lunch and Learn Seminar at local Perkins Restaurants. We will educate you on the truth about Hearing Loss, Hearing Aids and Tinnitus (ringing ears). No hearing aids will be sold at during this program. If you or a loved one experience symptoms of hearing loss, ringing ears or currently wear hearing aids, then don’t miss this exciting opportunity – join us before the snow birds return!

“Hearing is one aspect of health that most people don’t know nearly as much as they’d like to know”, says John Hoglund. “When a group of people get together and they are discussing health issues and someone throws out their blood pressure readings, everyone understands.  When the topic of hearing comes up, you get a lot of glassy stares. We created these lectures series to get through some of the questions about hearing loss in general, branch into the types of hearing aids and their components and also discuss tinnitus, the ringing in the ears.”

Lunch and Learn Seminars occur every 4-6 weeks in Season here in Florida.  Please come back soon for an updated schedule.

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"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

Meet your HFH Speakers Bureau

Rob Morrison, Au.D. from Starkey Hearing Technologies

Dr. Morrison will offer insight into the remarkable advancements in hearing aids in the past several years including digital technology, directional microphones, wireless and Bluetooth applications, extended wear devices, and the invisible solutions for dealing with hearing loss. He will help sort through the many questions concerning hearing loss, consumer reports, and hearing aid prices and answer all questions about the often confusing features and benefits of hearing aids, and advancements in the treatment of NERVE DEAFNESS!

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.

Curtis Amann B.A., M.B.A. Director of Clinical Distribution for NeuromonicsLearn about the exciting medical breakthrough that was recently featured on “The Doctors” TV show that finally offers hope to the millions of people suffering with Tinnitus. Southwest Florida Tinnitus and Hearing Center, and Hoglund Family Hearing and Audiology Center are proud to announce this lecture series being held at Perkins restaurants throughout the area. Curtis Amann B.A., M.B.A. Director of Clinical Distribution for Neuromonics will be traveling in from their national headquarters as a special guest lecturer to discuss the treatment program that helped over 80% of Tinnitus sufferers in a Duke University study finally find relief from “ringing ear”. Curtis was recently a guest on “The Doctors” and will discuss this amazing FDA approved treatment process with local residents.

Frederick W, Schaerf, M.D., Ph.D served as Chief Resident in Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Dr. Schaerf specialized in Neuropsychiatry at John Hopkins and he was appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He has served on the boards of Lee Mental Health, and the Alvin A. Dubin Alzheimer’s Resource Center. At present, 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 has an extensive background in counseling psychology Angel directed a memory wellness program, Memories in the Making, and supervised caregiver support groups throughout five counties.  Angel also facilitated an early stage Memory and Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) support group, in addition to providing health education presentations Angel has been interviewed and featured on television, radio and in national newspapers including: The Los Angeles Times, The New Jersey Star Ledger, The Silicon Valley Business Journal, CBS, ABC news, NPR-WGCU, among others, and regularly contributes in medical journals and other publications.