hearing aids

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Your Hearing

Your Hearing

Your Hearing

"Loss of hearing is a serious life issue, a medical condition that is associated with physical, emotional, mental and social well-being. Depression, anxiety, emotional instability, phobias, withdrawal, isolation, lessened health status and lessened self–esteem have all been linked to uncorrected hearing loss.”

-National Council on Aging Americans

Untreated hearing loss is a real problem with real consequences like increased anxiety, reduced earning potential, social withdrawal and more. Our interactive tools below are a good first step towards identifying if you have a hearing loss, and getting the treatment needed to help. If you think you have hearing loss, or know a loved who does, our interactive tools are a good first step towards getting the help you need.

The solution is simple.

Communication is critical in life. Your job and social interactions are all more rewarding when you can communicate confidently – and hearing is vital to that. Research shows that people who get hearing aids benefit from:

  • Fewer instances of confusion and disorientation
  • Increased ability to concentrate and multitask
  • Better memory skills and a greater ability to learn new tasks
  • Alertness and awareness of their personal safety
  • Increased earning power and more control over their lives


Additional Resources
Please click here for additional Hearing Resources that can help you along your hearing journey.