Better Hearing and Speech Month

In celebration of Better Hearing and Speech Month, we are encouraging Baby Boomers and others who may suspect they have hearing loss to have their hearing checked. Since May is dedicated to helping people communicate and raise awareness about hearing and speech disorders, we want to note that hearing tests are the first step to help people who are experiencing hearing loss determine how they can take advantage of today’s technology.

For those who address their hearing loss issues and get help, the changes they experience can be significant.

“Since I have been wearing my Lyric hearing aids, my interactions with people have significantly improved,” said Dana G, Lyric user. “My confidence level has increased because I can hear better and no one knows I am wearing a hearing aid. I enjoy going out in the social world and communicating with people more often now. My Lyrics are totally invisible to those around me.”

“The thing I like best about Lyric is that I’ve been able to return to the activities that I love and enjoy with others. I am able to work in the yard with my family and work up a sweat without having them get ruined,” said Dane Ashworth, Lyric user. “I can play basketball with my son and not have them go flying off. I can ride my motorcycle with my kids and talk with them without making them take their helmets off and without removing mine. With the Lyric, I am able to return to the things I used to do before my hearing declined.”

So, if you suspect you have a hearing loss, get your hearing checked as soon as possible. Why wait? You could be experiencing better hearing without daily hassles and without anyone even knowing you are wearing a hearing aid! To take our online hearing questionnaire click here: http://www.lyrichearing.com/is-lyric-hearing-aid-for-me/do-i-need-a-hear.... To find a Lyric provider near you, click here and enter your zip code in the “find a provider” section: www.lyrichearing.com.

9 out of 10 customers are “very satisfied” with Lyric's sound qualityrBased on a survey of 100 patients who had worn Lyric for at least 30 days