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How can treating hearing loss help me stay youthful and active?

Addressing hearing loss is one of the best things you can do to improve your quality of life and keep up a youthful pace.

In fact, new technologies have made it easier to manage hearing loss and stay engaged in life.

Add a Hearing Test to Your Heart-Healthy Lifestyle

Washington, DC, September 15, 2015 — The Better Hearing Institute (BHI) is urging people to check their hearing for World Heart Day on September 29 in response to a growing body of research showing a link between cardiovascular and hearing health.

World Heart Day 2015 eNewsletter

Add a hearing test to your heart-healthy lifestyle.

Please join the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) in encouraging hearing tests as part of a heart-healthy lifestyle.

A growing body of research shows a link between cardiovascular and hearing health.

World Alzheimer's Month 2015

Could better hearing help your memory?

Lots of people want to boost their memory. But few recognize the link between hearing and cognitive function.

Getting a Hearing Test May Be Good for Your Memory

Washington, DC, September 8, 2015—If you want to help your memory and cognitive performance, you may want to get a hearing test and treat hearing loss, says the Better Hearing Institute (BHI) in response to a growing body of research that shows a link between unaddressed hearing loss and cognitive function.

5 Good Reasons to Protect Your Hearing & Treat Hearing Loss: What’s Your Reason?

There’s a world full of reasons to protect your hearing and treat hearing loss. We came up with five. What’s your reason?

1) The Beatles: “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” -

2) The pitter-patter of rain to lull you to sleep

3) The soft whisper of a child

4) That moment when you realize you keep forgetting to turn off your directional while driving—because you can barely hear it

Heart Springs - Kansas

Donor Hearing Aid Program
8700 East 29th Street North
Wichita, KS 67226
VOICE: 316-634-8750
TOLL FREE: 800-835-1043

State Government Programs


State Government Programs


Early Intervention Services for Children

Jewish Conference of the Deaf

(Formerly National Congress of Jewish Deaf)
PRESIDENT: Martin Florsheim
214-11 85th Avenue
Hollis Hills, NY 11427
TTY: 718-740-0470
FAX: 718-740-4994
Advocates for religious, educational, and cultural ideals and fellowship for Jewish deaf people. Conducts workshops for rabbi, parents of deaf children, and interpreters. Works with 20 affiliates and maintains a Hall of Fame.