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I'm a Caregiver

Caring for someone requires good communication, and that's how Beltone supports you. Our hearing care services ensure your words are always heard– so you can focus on everything else.

The Good News About Hearing Aids

Today’s hearing aid technology makes living with hearing loss easier than it’s ever been:

Hearing aids can alleviate the symptoms of hearing loss, as well as tinnitus.
A multitude of styles means there's a comfortable hearing aid for every patient.
New features, such as rechargeability and Bluetooth, make hearing aids more convenient than ever.

Your local Beltone hearing care professional can lay out the options available to your loved one during their free hearing assessment.

Helping Your Loved One Learn to Accept Their Hearing Loss

Denial is a common reaction among those experiencing hearing loss. Sometimes, this response is due to a perceived stigma attached to hearing aids. Other times, it might be due to concerns about the cost or inconvenience of the process.

If your loved one is reluctant to address their hearing loss, Beltone can help. A free hearing assessment is a great way to get started and learn more about the solutions available.

A Special Note on Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

Studies have confirmed the link between untreated hearing loss and the development of Alzheimer's and dementia . Catching and treating hearing loss early may help to delay the onset of these conditions in your loved one. To learn more about the connection between dementia and hearing loss, click the link below.

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Your Role as a Caregiver

If you’re supporting someone with hearing loss, Beltone is the hearing care partner you can depend on for answers and resources. As your trusted partner, we are here to listen and educate and can provide tips to reduce stress and improve communication.

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Resources for Caregivers

Your loved one’s Beltone hearing care professional is always available to answer questions and provide support, so please don’t hesitate to reach out for help. If you would like to learn more about hearing loss and the important role you play as a caregiver, take a look at these helpful resources.

Learn More About Hearing Loss

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Facts & Statistics About Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is more common than you might think, affecting approximately 1 in 8 Americans.¹ If you have hearing loss, you’re not alone.

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Warning Signs of Hearing Loss

The first step on your hearing health journey is to recognize the signs of hearing loss, such as difficulty understanding words or needing to frequently turn up the volume while watching your favorite TV series.

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What Sets Us Apart

At Beltone, you get more than just hearing aids—you get a hearing partner that’s with you every step of the way. Our hearing care professionals take the time to get to know you to ensure we create personalized care tailored to you, every time. We’re here for you whenever and wherever you need help.