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One of AARP's June 25th newletters had 2 articles, including 1 with a FREE hearing test for members.

1)    Do you know the signs of hearing loss?
There’s a lot you can do about hearing loss. Explore the AARP Hearing Center for helpful tips and tools, including a free hearing test members can take by phone from the safety of home.

https://click.email.aarp.org/?qs=39fb261f49618917b6f6bd3ce1a7c2a86127bfbdd216c564a27d940184614992a20...

2)    National Hearing Test — FREE for AARP members
Test your hearing annually with this free, phone-based hearing test taken from the safety and comfort of home. It’s confidential and scientifically validated.

https://click.email.aarp.org/?qs=39fb261f49618917550d8820e8c9ce859e99a610fe1959622c75ab4917dd92f8d84...

I already have hearing aids, but for some reason decided to keep the newsletter in my email.

Hope it helps someone.

Peace, Love, Blessings, Health and Happiness!

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yes, i had it tested a few years ago & was told i had a mild hearing loss. i was given hearing aids & it was a blessing. i can still hear without them but when i do have them on i can hear a lot better; sound is a lot clearer & certainly louder. the only trouble i have is with the wax guard. they are a hassle to deal with.

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Yes. After Vertigo, I lost hearing in my left ear. I was tested by VI Ear and Nose and was referred to VI Department of Human Services for a Hearing  Aids. I have been waitinhg over a year for it.

Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

 

Blondell

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