There is a gap between
families and the audiology care they need.
1 in 20 people
has disabling hearing loss with no access to care.
When you can’t hear, you live in a silent world of isolation and your hearing isn’t the only thing affected.
World wide, 360 million people have disabling hearing loss.
SIL International estimates that the hearing-impaired population in Nicaragua is greater than 600,000.
Hearing aids are expensive, costing $1,000 to $3,000 per ear.
Hearing loss is an invisible condition. We cannot see hearing loss, only its effects.
We fund audiology care.
We help cover the cost of qualified screenings, equipment training, and hearing aid repair and maintenance.
We fund hearing equipment.
We help provide effective hearing aids for those who need them most.
How blessed our family is because of you! Hearing aids have completely changed Corban’s life!
Carly was diagnosed with bilateral mild-moderate hearing loss at birth and has had hearing aids since she was 4-months-old.
Thank you so much for being a miracle-maker for my son, Dawson.
Words can't express how grateful we are for the hearing aid grant that you provided for our son, Cameron.
This summer we were able to donate 165 hearing aids to Starkey Hearing Foundation to be recycled and repurposed!
I am so blessed to know and to have been inspired by Bill Austin, of the Starkey Hearing Foundation, for over six years! His butterfly effect on my life is what encouraged me to start 20/20 Hearing and use my hearing loss to serve others; here in Georgia, across the United States and around the world
We are extremely excited to share what is happening around 20/20 Hearing, and to be starting the month of May; which is Better Hearing Month!
We have been so excited to introduce you to two vibrant little guys who we have had the honor of meeting this year; Tristan and Wyatt!
CJ, Lia, Kenneth, and Coleman are so thankful that they can now hear their own names, laughter, the words "I love you", and all of the sweet sounds that we take for granted.
Jack sits down for an interview with Tatiana Edney, a student from the Atlanta Speech School.