Columbine Health Center – Your Hearing
You Deserve the Best Care for Your Hearing
Recent research published in the Archives of Internal Medicine report that one in five Americans age 12 and older experiences hearing loss severe enough to hinder communication. If you think you have hearing loss, or know a loved who does, our interactive tools are a good first step towards getting the help you need.
- Online Hearing Test
- Hearing Loss Simulator
You Are Not Alone.
Did you know that hearing loss affects one in every 10 Americans? The good news is that today, with the latest advances in hearing aid technology, most forms of hearing loss can be successfully treated.
- Only one in five people who could benefits from a hearing aid wears one
- 10 million Americans have suffered noise-induced hearing loss
- Hearing decline starts as early as 40 years of age
- 65% of people with hearing loss are below retirement age
Please click here for additional hearing resources that can help you along your hearing journey.
Your Journey to Better Hearing
Receive your FREE Journey to Better Hearing Guide by submitting your information in the Contact Form. This booklet offers an array of informative content regarding the following areas:
- Knowing when to seek hearing care for hearing loss
- Asking the right questions around impact of untreated hearing loss
- Determining whether hearing aid(s) will provide the best solution for you
- Adjusting to using a hearing aid and new sounds
- Getting the optimal benefit from your hearing aid(s)
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A FREE Copy Of This Booklet Will Be Emailed To You!
Evaluate Hearing Loss in Three Steps
If you suspect a loved one has hearing loss, or you are curious about hearing problems, use our hearing loss simulator to experience hearing loss first hand.
Educational insights on the impact of hearing loss and dispel some of the myths surrounding the treatment of hearing loss and hearing aids.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to some of our more frequently asked questions.
Helping a Family Member
If someone you care about is having trouble hearing, you may ﬁnd yourself frustrated that they deny the problem or resist seeking treatment. You want to help – or may have tried unsuccessfully – but are not sure the best way to go about it.