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Making Sense of Sensory Losses as We Age - Childhood, Adulthood, Elderhood? - FS1378

Sensory Losses
 
Sensory Losses
The aging process brings changes that include sensory losses. Key senses are vision, hearing, touch, taste and smell. As we age, understanding sensory changes and their effects can be helpful.

Dena Kemmet, Extension Agent
Sean Brotherson, Family Science Specialist

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