Is an Annual Hearing Test Really Necessary?

Annual hearing test

According to the World Health Organization, (WHO) over 466 million people live with a disabling hearing loss. Whether from infectious disease, birth complications, genetics, drug use, excessive ear infections, noise, or aging, there’s a minimum of 5% of the world’s population that have hearing loss at levels greater than 40 dB (decibels). By getting an… Continue reading Is an Annual Hearing Test Really Necessary?

Protecting Students With Hearing Loss

New laws to support kids with hearing problems in school

Deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf-blind children face a whole host of challenges in their daily lives. These children need to learn to navigate the world, just as their peers do, but also need to learn how to communicate in a world that’s not always set up for them to succeed. While deaf, hard of… Continue reading Protecting Students With Hearing Loss