Hearing Health Foundation wants to provide you with all the resources you need to learn about hearing and balance disorders, including demographics, statistics, workplace accommodations, and communication tips. If you have any questions, or need more information, please contact us at info@hhf.org.

PEDIATRICS

More than 90 percent of deaf and hard of hearing children are born to hearing parents. Learn more about pediatric hearing loss and the importance of early intervention.

MUSICIANS

Many musicians suffer from hearing loss or tinnitus as a result of loud noise. Learn more about about the dangers of noise exposure and how to protect your ears

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SENIORS

One in three people in the U.S. between the ages of 65 and 74 has hearing loss, and nearly half of those older than 75 have difficulty hearing. Learn about age-related hearing loss.

WORKPLACE HEARING LOSS

Be sure to read our tips for how to disclose your hearing loss and advocating for accommodations in the workplace.

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HEARING TESTS

Hearing tests can be life-saving. There are multiple types of hearing tests, and one can be better than another based on an individual's needs. 

CelebriTY VOICES

Many actors, musicians, and celebrities suffer from hearing and balance conditions. It may surprise you to learn about how heavily it impacts their careers and their lives.

VETERANS

Tinnitus and hearing loss are the number one and two medical conditions, respectively, among military veterans. Learn about military  protection and read vets’ stories

COMMUNICATION TIPS

If you have typical hearing, you can make adjustments to have better conversations with someone with a hearing loss. Read our list of “do’s and don’ts” for communication.

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Hearing Loss & Tinnitus Statistics

From 2000 to 2015, the number of Americans with hearing loss has doubled. Find out more here.