Concerned about your hearing?

You’re not alone.

Hearing loss is a common health problem and often develops with age or by repeated exposure to loud noises. In Canada, the number of adults with some degree of hearing loss or deafness may reach three million.

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Recognizing the symptoms of hearing loss takes time. And then it is common for people to put off getting care because they think it’s a minor inconvenience – something they can ignore or deal with by simply increasing the volume on their television or asking people to repeat themselves.


The good news is that most forms of hearing loss can be successfully addressed with the latest advances in hearing aid technology – so don’t let hearing loss get in the way of a better quality of life.


The Canadian Hearing Instrument Practitioners Society (CHIPS) is the national professional organization for Hearing Instrument Practitioners who provide hearing healthcare services for hard of hearing people in Canada. Our mission is to support Hearing Instrument Practitioners on a national, provincial, and individual level in order to sustain, promote and develop this profession so that all Hearing Instrument Practitioners provide the highest level of professional competency, business integrity, and excellence in serving the hearing impaired.

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Hearing Health Alliance of Canada Survey

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NATIONAL HEARING HEALTH INFORMATION SURVEY You are invited to take part in a research study being conducted and funded by the Hearing Health Alliance of Canada. The purpose of this research is to gain insights about the experiences of people…

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