Partner Programs & Resources
Hows Your Hearing
Representing nearly 11,000 audiologists, is dedicated to providing quality hearing care services through professional development, education, research, and increased public awareness of hearing and balance disorders. To learn more about the audiology profession and how audiologists are helping the 36 million Americans who experience hearing loss,
True or False: Listening to a lawn mower for over two hours causes hearing loss? Find the answer to this question and many others at the Dangerous Decibels website. Dangerous Decibels is a collaborative campaign designed to prevent noise induced hearing loss. Don’t forget to tour the virtual exhibit to test your hearing IQ. Once you’re done, you are sure to impress your friends with your knowledge!
Your Buds™ - from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Are you a music lover? You will find yourself bopping your head to these catchy tunes while exploring this interactive website! Watch one of the PSAs, play one of the games and learn how to protect your hearing. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s Listen to Your Buds encourages music lovers to love your ears by turning down the volume!
Planet (National Institute for Deaf and Communicative Disorders)
The National Institute for Deaf and Communicative Disorders recognizes the importance of first impressions. The Noisy Planet campaign is the one stop shop where tweens will learn how to protect their hearing.
In partnership with Wise Ears!, Sertoma SAFEears! was developed. SAFEears! is a simple way to educate people about healthy hearing habits. Take SAFEears! materials to a local health fair, leave SAFEears! bookmarks in your doctor’s office for distribution, make a SAFEears! presentation for a classroom of kids. The possibilities of how this program can be used are endless.
Ears!® (National Institute for Deaf and communicative
The goal of the National Institute for Deaf and Communicative Disorders is to improve the lives of the 46 million Americans with communication disorders through research. Wise Ears!® is a national public health campaign that educates on the effects of noise induced hearing loss. Teachers, parents, and employers will find the resources they are looking for at this site.
H.E.A.R. - a national organization based in California that is reaching out to musicians and teens about hearing conservation. Check out their website for news and resources like videos and events.