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Hear Now. Be Well.

Let’s Hear Now and Be Well Together. HLAA wants people to treat their own hearing, and the hearing of their loved ones, as an important part of their overall health. One in seven Americans experience some form of hearing loss. By being active, engaged, and making hearing health a regular part of a wellness regimen, people with hearing loss can live well.

If you have hearing loss, hearing better can help you enjoy life better. To keep hearing well, communicating, and staying healthy, the Walk4Hearing calls on all of us to take action. Visit our social media toolkit to download and educate your friends and family the importance of hearing health.

Join the Walk4Hearing and share these five tips with people you care about:

Get regular hearing screenings, especially if you think your hearing has changed.

Protect your ears from excessive noise.

If you or someone you know could benefit from hearing aids, cochlear implants, or other technology go for it!

Speak up! Ask your friends, and those working at your favorite businesses or restaurants, to wear safe, effective, clear masks to keep communication accessible.

Stay active, eat right, communicate, and talk to a professional if you’re not feeling like yourself and be well it’s what makes the WHOLE YOU!

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