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1.1
BILLION

young people (12-35 years) are at risk of hearing loss due to recreational exposure to loud sounds.1

Thank you for taking the #MillionEar Challenge 2018!

We did it! We exceeded our #MillionEar Challenge 2018 goal, reaching well over one million people in just 31 days. Many thanks to all who joined the cause! Your participation will impact the ears you care about through the Hearing Health Foundation’s Emerging Research Grants (ERG) program.

Better Hearing and Speech Month—and #MillionEar Challenge 2018—has concluded but spreading awareness of hearing health never stops! Please continue to share the quick online hearing assessment and the “See Sound Differently” video to help inform others about the importance of their hearing health.



Challenge YOURSELF

by TAKING the online hearing
health assessment.

Challenge OTHERS

by SHARING the online hearing health assessment.

Challenge ACCEPTED

Update your profile with your special
CHALLENGE ACCEPTED badge


Spread AWARENESS

about hearing health and help fund groundbreaking hearing research!

Step One:
Choose how you want to take the #MillionEar Challenge by clicking below!


TAKE THE HEARING HEALTH ASSESSMENT

SHARE THE MILLIONEAR CHALLENGE

Congrats, you're almost done completing the #MillionEar Challenge

Step Two: Share that you took the challenge with your friends and family!


Million Ear Challenge

Did you take the hearing health assessment, and recognize signs of hearing loss?

Have you ever wondered how hearing loss might be affecting your life, or the life of a loved one? Maybe you took the hearing health assessment and wonder how your answers might be indicating signs of hearing loss.

If this is you, see an ear, nose and throat doctor (Otoloyngologist or otologist) or your primary care physician to see if you have hearing loss and to rule out any medical condition(s).

Otolaryngologists (ENT) are physicians trained in the medical and surgical management and treatment of ear, nose, throat (ENT), and related structures of the head and neck. For an otolaryngologist near you, call the American Academy of Otolaryngology at 703.836.4444 or visit AAO-HNS at www.entnet.org.

For more information or for an audiologist near you, call the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) at 800.638.8255 or visit ASHA at www.asha.org; or call the American Academy of Audiology (The Academy) at 800.AAA.2336 or visit them at www.audiology.org.

Already know your hearing health, but want to share the importance with others? Perhaps you’ve already addressed your hearing loss or you took the hearing health assessment and learned that you don’t have signs of hearing loss. If this is you, make sure to share the #MillionEar Challenge with your loved ones online by following steps two and three on this page!

References
1. World Health Organization: http://www.who.int/deafness/en/