In honor of World Hearing Day, take a free online hearing check and challenge your friends and family to do the same!
March 3 is World Hearing Day, where the World Health Organization brings attention to hearing loss and what we can do about it. This year’s theme is “Hearing for Life. Don’t Let Hearing Loss Limit You.”
As you might imagine, hearing is near and dear to our hearts. It allows us to enjoy our favorite band or catch a good show or mellow out to the sound of a babbling brook on a walk. But most importantly, it connects us to the people who are most important to us. Conversations with our family, friends, and communities are key to the way we experience, engage in, and enjoy life and form our best memories. For those with hearing loss, being able to have these conversations and to have them with the ease and confidence that we want cannot be taken for granted.
Helping people hear better and helping them better live their lives is the reason I founded Eargo, and it’s still the driving mission behind the company. Eargo is dedicated to helping people with hearing loss by making it easier and more enjoyable to hear better. We do this not only by creating beautiful, virtually invisible, and comfortable devices that can fit seamlessly into your life, but also by providing easy access to our licensed hearing professionals, who can help counsel, support, and guide to help you get the best hearing experience.
Early detection of hearing loss is important for effective treatment. Because of this, Eargo is making available a free hearing check that you can use to check your hearing quickly and at home. It’s an easy way to screen for a potential hearing loss and is based on validated digits-in-noise testing technology. All you have to do is click here (it only takes three minutes).
So go ahead, take the first step toward better hearing health, then share the link to the free hearing check on social media, and challenge five friends or family members to do the same by tagging them in the post.
And if you still have questions, our team of licensed hearing professionals is here to help. They’ll answer any question you may have about hearing loss, hearing aids, or Eargo. Give them a call today at 1 (800) 734-7603.