Special Report: Social Engagement and Hearing Loss

SPECIAL REPORT: Social Engagement and Hearing Loss Helping patients with hearing loss avoid social isolation could be key to providing them with a better quality of life and better physical...SPECIAL REPORT: Social Engagement and Hearing Loss Helping patients with hearing loss avoid social isolation could be key to providing them with a better quality of life and better physical and mental health. DOWNLOAD THE REPORT Sponsored by Hamilton CapTel   Read More >

People With Hearing Loss – Are You Open to Inspiration?

People With Hearing Loss – Are You Open to Inspiration? HLAA member Gael Hannan is a writer, speaker and advocate on hearing loss issues. This article is her latest for...People With Hearing Loss – Are You Open to Inspiration? HLAA member Gael Hannan is a writer, speaker and advocate on hearing loss issues. This article is her latest for HearingHealthMatters.org. People With Hearing Loss – Are You Open to Inspiration?   Read More >

New Book: Life After Deaf

On a spring night in 2010, Noel Holston, a storyteller, songwriter and Pulitzer-nominated journalist, went to bed with reasonably intact hearing. By dawn, it was gone, thus beginning a years-long...On a spring night in 2010, Noel Holston, a storyteller, songwriter and Pulitzer-nominated journalist, went to bed with reasonably intact hearing. By dawn, it was gone, thus beginning a years-long process of hearing-restoration that included diagnostic dead ends, health-insurance hassles, a failed cochlear-implant surgery, and a second surgery that finally worked. Read more here from … Read More >

Hearing Aids Lower the Chance of Dementia, Depression and Falling

Hearing Aids Lower the Chance of Dementia, Depression and Falling A new study finds that hearing devices benefit older adults in multiple ways, from physical safety to brain health. Almost...Hearing Aids Lower the Chance of Dementia, Depression and Falling A new study finds that hearing devices benefit older adults in multiple ways, from physical safety to brain health. Almost one in four people in the United States aged 65-74 have disabling hearing loss. Many people who would benefit from wearing a hearing aid do … Read More >

It’s a Wrap on Walk4Hearing 2019

Wrapping Up Walk4Hearing 2019 That’s a wrap on an amazing Walk4Hearing season. The last two Walks could not have been more different—85 degrees in Arizona and 35 degrees in Kentucky!...Wrapping Up Walk4Hearing 2019 That’s a wrap on an amazing Walk4Hearing season. The last two Walks could not have been more different—85 degrees in Arizona and 35 degrees in Kentucky! Thank you to all the walkers, teams, donors, alliances, national and local sponsors who came out in support of the Walk4Hearing this year. We want … Read More >