People who are newly diagnosed with hearing loss can find vast amounts of information to help them understand it better. But is that really a good thing? When you want to learn all you can about hearing loss—or any other condition for that matter—an overwhelming amount of information can leave you almost as lost as not having enough. The Ida Institute, an independent, nonprofit organization working to integrate person-centered care in hearing rehabilitation, is conducting a survey to help gain a deeper understanding of the challenges that people with hearing loss meet in daily life as it relates to available information. Please consider participating in the survey, it takes just a few minutes and is completely anonymous.