2023 Schedule & Registration

At Hearing Center of Long Island, we focus on offering high-quality hearing care and rehabilitation, so you can get back to enjoying the sounds of the world around you. Providing this level of hearing care also means we take the time to educate our patients and community, and offer resources so you can benefit from a full understanding of your condition, available treatment options, and ongoing care.

In an effort to accomplish our goal, audiologist Lawrence Cardano hosts a series of educational webinars throughout the year that provide helpful information on hearing loss and rehabilitation.

Take a look below at Dr. Cardano’s upcoming webinars and click the Register Now button to sign up. We look forward to helping you enjoy the sounds of life with improved clarity and understanding.

Dr. Cardano Speaking

October 5th​, 11am
LIVE EVENT – #1 Most Modifiable Risk Factor for Preventing Dementia: The Early Treatment of Hearing Loss and Tinnitus with Modern Treatment Plans

Who This Live Event Is For:

  • If you are over the age of 50
  • If you have experienced Tinnitus, or ringing/buzzing/chirping in the ears
  • If your doctor has ever told you that you were diabetic
  • If you have high blood pressure
  • If you sometimes have difficulty hearing
  • If you are retired without a driving purpose
  • If you forget more than you used to, or are having more ‘Senior Moments’
  • If any of the above apply to you, a loved one, or neighbor we look forward to seeing you and them at this Dementia Education Event

October 18th, 2-3:00
Healthy Aging and Your Hearing – Improving and Maintaining Your Quality and Independence as You Age

During this webinar, we will cover the following:

  • What has the most extensive research project investigating the factors for long-term happiness revealed?
  • What is the #1 modifiable risk factor for dementia – and what can you do about It?
  • Why does untreated hearing loss significantly increase your risk for the #1 cause of accident-related injury and death in older adults?
  • How can you improve and maintain your mental acuity and quality of life?
  • How can you find out if hearing deficits are affecting your brain’s ability to function well?
  • Should you get a cognitive function screening? What is the most reliable and easiest way to get one?
  • Why does the typical “complete” hearing evaluation fail to give you some of the most important information about the effect of aging on your hearing?

November 11th, 9:30-11:30 am
Thanksgiving Patient Appreciation Open House

We are sincerely thankful for the trust you have placed in us to provide your
informal gathering to enjoy brunch, fun and games, free raffles, and conversation
Drop by our office at any time on Saturday, November 11th between 9:30am and 11:30am with friends or family members. Have some apple cider, pumpkin pie and wonderful time you will be thankful for.

Please RSVP by calling us at 516-269-8406

November 15th, 10-11am
Tinnitus – Get Relief From The Noise in Your Ears

During this webinar, we will cover the following:

  • What causes tinnitus?
  • What approaches have been proven effective to reduce or eliminate the perception of tinnitus — and which have not?
  • Are there any “home remedies” that help to reduce tinnitus?
  • Is there a cure for tinnitus?
  • What does hearing loss have to do with tinnitus?
  • Why does the typical “complete” hearing evaluation often fail to detect the cause of tinnitus

December 20th 4-5pm
Reducing Your Risk of Cognitive Decline and Dementia – How to Improve and Maintain Your Mental Acuity

During this webinar, we will cover the following:

  • Why do some people have much less deterioration in mental acuity than others with the same amount of dementia-related physical deterioration of the brain?
  • What are the major risk factors for dementia that you can reduce?
  • What kind of mental activity is MUCH better than crossword puzzles for maintaining your mental acuity?
  • What do nutrition and exercise have to do with dementia?
  • What is the #1 most modifiable risk factor for dementia?
  • How much does a mild hearing loss increase your risk of dementia?
  • When does hearing loss treatment have the biggest impact on dementia risk reduction?
  • What is the difference between effective and ineffective hearing loss treatment and hearing aid technology?
  • When and why should you get a cognitive function screening? What is the easiest way to get one?