Posted on Tuesday, October 04, 2016
Hayleighs Charms Etsy

32 million children around the world have some kind of hearing loss. That means that these children have extra challenges with communication and some big issues with stereotypes. But People Hearing Better knows that any child or teen with hearing loss is first and foremost an individual. So today we've compiled a list of fun and joyful ways to help throw off stereotypes and reclaim and individualize your child or teens hearing loss experience.

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Posted on Thursday, September 29, 2016
Molokai in concert

Most people wouldn't stand anywhere near a jumbo jet engine without earplugs, but they'd casually enter stadiums and concerts just as loud. Even recommendation by audiologist to wear hearing protection or earplugs to these events often gets ignored. After all, you go there to hear the music or be part of the sporting event and don't want to "muffle" the experience. But what if earplugs not only protected your hearing, but allowed you to hear and enjoy the event?

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Posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Recycling sign

You recycle your garbage, you donate your old clothes, but what is a person to do with their old hearing aids? How about donating them to a charity that will see they get into the hands of less fortunate people? Global initiatives that strive to reduce the impact of hearing loss on disadvantaged segments of society are doing important work to empower the less fortunate in our hearing loss communities. So how can you help create free hearing aids for people in need?

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