Our Work

We provide services for hearing and those with hearing loss at Hearing Loss LIVE!

We inspire people to be more proactive with hearing loss.
  • Our podcasts focus on how-to do hearing loss and introduce you to community members and services.Watch us on our YouTube channel with captions. Listen to us on many podcast streaming platforms. We have transcripts available on BuzzSprout. Be sure to read our companion blog as well.
  • We offer two Lipreading classes; Lipreading Concepts and Lip Shapes LIVE. Lipreading classes teach us better communication skills. Learn more here.
  • Begining in 2023, we will offer monthly workshops on various topics. The live event will be kept free. Stay up to date by joining our twice a month newsletter.
All our services are online. The benefits are:
  • Speech to text and remote CART options to keep us accessible.
  • People talk one at a time, which is valuable to those with hearing loss.
  • We sit closer to the camera and can use our lipreading abilities as support. (Whether we know it or not, we all lipread to some degree.)
  • It gives us a chance to meet people from all over the United States and beyond, opening up our community.
  • Online events kept us social, active and participating in a safe environment.

We inspire people to be more proactive with hearing loss.

Hearing Family & Friends

Hearing loss is a communication barrier. It not only impacts those who experience it firsthand, but also presents challenges for those connected to people with hearing loss. Everyone in the equation needs information, solutions, and strategies for better communication. Understanding communication techniques will improve your relationship and business relations. Learn how to improve communication with your loved one.

State Agencies, Programs & Educational Services

Hard of Hearing Communication Needs

We’ve seen it again and again, people often confuse Hard of Hearing (HoH) communication needs with those of Deaf Culture. While we admire the Deaf community and their accomplishments, and respect sign language, we need to create a movement to heighten the general public’s awareness about HoH communication needs.

Statistics show that 20% (1 in 5) of the population has a some degree of hearing loss. The vast majority (over 95%) are HoH and use spoken language. They live, work, and socialize in the hearing community and tend to be underserved. We can help your agency provide information, instruction, and awareness on lipreading, self advocacy, and other skills to help the HoH enhance their lives and live more boldly with hearing loss.