Get the facts about hearing loss and how to get help.
Hearing loss is more prevalent than you might think.
Hearing loss can happen gradually, making it difficult to self-diagnose. If hearing loss is affecting the life, family, work or everyday interactions for you or someone you care for, explore these tabs for more information.
Hearing loss happens to 1 in 9 Americans, and that number is on the rise. If you think you might have hearing loss, take our quiz to check your ability so you can take the right steps to protect your hearing health.
Take this quick quiz to evaluate your hearing.
If a hearing loss professional has diagnosed you with hearing loss, we can help. Personalized devices and new technology have made hearing aids more effective, convenient and discreet than ever before.
Steps to Take
Call us at (877) 846 7074 . Our friendly and knowledgeable Patient Care Advocate will help you find a hearing care provider near you.
The Patient Care Advocate will explain the details of the Amplifon Program, help identify a local hearing care provider and assist you with making an appointment.
We will send you and your provider the necessary information to activate your Amplifon program.
What can you do?
Denial is common among those with hearing loss; they may not want to admit they have a problem. Listen and offer support while emphasizing ways they can proactively treat or manage hearing loss.
Share Your Knowledge
Advanced technology and personalized care have made hearing aids incredibly effective, comfortable and nearly undetectable. Help educate the individual about different types of hearing aids and how to find care.
If someone you know is worrying about how to pay for hearing loss treatment, talk to a patient care advocate. Amplifon Hearing Healthcare can streamline the process of getting help.
One out of every nine Americans (approximately 36 million) has a hearing loss. This number is expected to rapidly climb and nearly double by the year 2030.
Exposure to an extremely loud noise such as an explosion
Continuous exposure to loud environmental sounds such as traffic
Listening to high decibel music without protection
Infections such as herpes, syphilis, bacterial meningitis and mumps
Genetics may cause full or partial hearing loss at birth
Family health history may indicate a pattern of hearing loss
Aging deteriorates inner ear function
Tiny hair cells that help you hear die with age and do not regrow
Chronic medical conditions can lead to hearing loss