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Over 30 Million Americans

Unfortunately, there are over 30 million Americans that suffer from some form of audible hearing loss. Without treatment, their social and everyday lives can be severely impacted. Repercussions include frustration, discomfort, irritability and a sense of detachment from the world around them. Unmanaged audibel loss can also lead to mood or personality changes as well as a feeling of overall hopelessness or isolation.

Degree of Hearing Loss

Hearing tests are recommended for those who are experiencing any symptom of impairment. This type of diagnostic evaluation will help determine the type, pattern, and degree of your hearing loss. Once you receive this information a hearing specialist or Audiologist will help you determine the best course of action for a hearing aid solution.

Get You Back to Life's Best

At Hearing Connection, we understand how important your hearing is to your health and happiness. It’s our job and passion to help you reconnect with the sounds that you love. From the voices of your loved ones to the sounds of the Gene Harris Jazz Festival, we promise to find the right hearing aids solution to get you back to life’s best — and often unexpected — moments.

Discover today what we’ve accomplished for so many others in the Treasure Valley. Our digital hearing experts have been helping people rediscover better hearing with a full range of diagnostic tests and preventative hearing healthcare services. From audiology to finding the right hearing aids for your active lifestyle, we promise to provide you with leading-edge solutions to help you focus on the sounds you want to hear.

The Facts Are…

Let’s face it, living with hearing loss can be frustrating, even dangerous. Hearing aids can allow you to function better in all areas of your life:

You're Not Alone

  • 1 in 6 

    1 in 6 Americans experience some degree of hearing loss by age 75.

  • Adults 75+

    Hearing loss is the THIRD MOST prevalent disability suffered by adults 75+.

  • More Likely

    Hearing impairments are much more common in men, due to lifestyle factors.

Left Untreated

  • 80% Untreated

    80% of people diagnosed with a hearing loss do nothing about.

  • Untreated Loss

    Untreated hearing loss has been linked to dementia and other cognitive disorders

  • 30-40% Decline

    Those with untreated hearing loss experience a 30-40% greater decline in thinking abilities.

Types of Loss

  • Mild 

    Adults with a mild hearing loss are 2X more likely to develop dementia.

  • Moderate

    Adults with a moderate hearing loss are 3X more likely to develop dementia.

  • Sever

    Adults with a sever hearing loss are 5X more likely to develop dementia.

Online Hearing Screening

Think you have hearing loss?

Try this quick and easy at-home hearing test simulator to find out if you should talk to a hearing professional.

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Your Options

There’s a hearing solution just right for you.