See the difference hearing can make
What are the sounds that add texture, richness and meaning to your life?
Why join the campaign?
Our hearing health is closely connected to our brain’s health and our overall well-being. Since hearing loss becomes more prevalent as we age, the Campaign for Better Hearing wants you to understand the links between hearing loss and depression, mental fatigue, reduced cognitive capacity and dementia, as recent studies show.
Who benefits from the campaign?
Early detection might not prevent hearing loss, but it may reduce some of its effects. Together, we can make a difference for the 48 million Americans who suffer from hearing loss.
As hearing professionals, we have already helped so many, but don’t take our word for it. If you or a loved one has experienced the difference hearing well can make in your life, we'd like to share your story. Tell us about your successful journey to better hearing.
How well do you really hear?
Hearing loss can be so gradual that others may notice a problem before you do. Maybe you have not had your hearing tested since elementary school. Our goal is to help ALL Americans over the age of 60 get a FREE hearing assessment* and begin annually monitoring their hearing health. This invitation includes you and your loved ones.
How can I take part in the Campaign for Better Hearing?
You can become a part of the campaign by taking three easy steps:
1. Fill out the form
Request a complimentary hearing assessment* near you.
2. Spread the word!
Spread the "Test Your Ears at 60 Years" message by sharing the Campaign for Better Hearing on social media:
3. Share your story
Have you had a good experience that you'd like to share with the public? The Campaign for Better Hearing asks you to share your story and encourage others to "Test Your Ears at 60 Years." We will share your story here on our website so others can learn from your experience.
Where can I go to get started?
With nearly 450 participating locations across the United States, there are plenty of local hearing centers to help you. You can start by making an appointment for a free hearing assessment.*