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'Hearables,' specialized headphones and other tech tools can provide sound solutions at a lower cost
8 Signs Your Loved One May Have Hearing Loss
Family, friends are often the first to notice a problem
How to Save Money on Hearing Aids
Lower your out-of-pocket costs for the devices
The National Hearing Test
Catch any issues early with this telephone exam
Experts offer tips for handling communication challenges for those with hearing loss
You'll pay more in total but don't have to pay thousands of dollars up front for the devices
Chains say they have ceased COVID-stimulus relief ads to buy hearing aids
Cutting-edge technology can detect your heart rate or a fall
Get tips on dealing with common issues, from feedback to earwax buildup
New report finds an association with higher rates of dementia, depression and hospitalization
Watch and learn about easy things you can do to keep your device working well
Long exposure to even low-level noise may cause this underdiagnosed disorder
These celebrities — and the causes of their hearing problems — may surprise you
Documentary reveals her deaf son's triumph and her deaf dad's Alzheimer's challenges
The impact is being felt as many older adults are reluctant to get their hearing checked
Member Savings on Hearing Products
Enjoy lower prices on hearing solutions
Free Telephone Hearing Test for AARP Members
Take the first step in addressing concerns you may have
Foundation & Isolation
Loss of hearing is a leading cause of isolation. Learn more from AARP Foundation
Do you or anyone you know suffer from tinnitus?
Have you had your hearing tested?
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Hearing Loss Association of America
AARP Policy Book
Find AARP’s public policies related to hearing that have been approved by AARP’s Board of Directors
Featured AARP Member Benefits
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