Starting a discussion about hearing loss with a loved one can be tough, especially if they're resistant. Yet, your support is crucial to their journey towards improved hearing.

Starting the conversation

Make sure your loved one feels comfortable when you start talking about their hearing loss.

  • Choose the right location

    Choose a quiet, comfortable, and private place for your conversation, to enhance their hearing during the discussion.

  • Finding the right moment

    Pick a suitable time for an open talk, which shows your genuine concern and care for them.

  • Talking clearly

    Ensure they can see your face while speaking clearly, so they understand you. The discussion is also about their communication difficulties.

  • Being understanding

    People often deny their hearing loss, so talk about how technology has improved the appearance and function of hearing aids.

Communicating the importance of treatment

Stress the need for prompt treatment. Hearing loss impacts more than just hearing; it affects social life, emotional health, relationships, and cognitive function too. Also, dispel common myths about hearing loss to aid their journey towards better hearing.

Why hearing health matters
  • Hearing loss: it's about more than just your ears.

    Hearing loss isn't just about the ears. It can lead to social isolation and depression. Untreated, it can also impact cognitive and physical health.

  • Hearing loss: more than just an aging issue

    While hearing loss can come with aging, it shouldn't be overlooked. Timely intervention can restore their life quality, which might have worsened due to the hearing loss.

  • Hearing aids: An adjustment, not an instant fix

    People often feel let down initially by hearing aids as they expect immediate results. These devices won't bring back natural hearing but will help them perceive lost sounds differently. It's not about complete hearing recovery; rather, it's a fresh approach to fully engage them in communication and life enjoyment.

    Life with hearing aids 
  • Hearing aids don't age you

    Most of today's hearing aids are super small, and people hardly notice them. In fact, they often look just like cool headphones or other stylish wearable gadgets. People from all walks of life use them, and many are happy to show them off. HearYou makes it even more discreet with hearing aids that tuck away inside your ear canal, becoming totally invisible.

    Our solution 

Highlight the convenience of an online hearing quiz

Am I A Candidate

HearYou's hearing quiz provides a quick and easy way to determine if over-the-counter hearing aids are suitable for you.

Online hearing quiz

Beginning treatment is simple

Multiple treatment options exist, some of which your loved one might not know about. Showing your support and acquainting them with these possibilities can encourage them to seek professional help.


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Value of empathy

For new hearing aid users, the encouragement and support from family, friends, and coworkers are crucial. Your patience can provide them comfort and aid in smoother communication during this transition. With handy tips, you can improve your communication with loved ones who are new to hearing aids or experiencing hearing loss.

  • Pay Attention

    Make sure to get their attention before starting a conversation and provide your full attention as well. You can use their name or a simple gesture to prepare them to listen.

  • Maintain Clarity

    Speak clearly and at a normal volume. Avoid shouting as it can distort sound and make it uncomfortable.

  • Rephrase If Needed

    If they don't understand something, try rephrasing using different words.

  • Stay Patient

    Be patient, especially when your loved one seems tired or struggles to understand. Hearing, like all senses, fades when we're tired.