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 Some noises are just too loud for your ears, like a lawn mower or jet engine. If a noise makes you feel uncomfortable, it is probably too loud and could result in noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). Although research is ongoing, currently NIHL is permanent and irreversible- but it is preventable.

SAFEEars! strives to motivate individuals of all ages to take action against noise-induced hearing loss by understanding the cause and the solutions, because damage incurred today can last a lifetime. By clicking on the link, you can discover how sensorineural hearing loss (hearing loss due to excessive exposure to noise) can affect your hearing, through a Hearing Loss Simulator, courtesy of the Better Hearing Institute.

Check your hearing!

MATERIALS

SAFEEars! materials are available for a variety of settings – from elementary, middle or high school, to the work place, club meetings, and more.

Kids are Listening and Listen Up activities in the manual provide hands-on activities for children in grades three through eight.

Earplugs, bookmarks, posters, and bags provide opportunities for individuals to influence others and create awareness in regards to noise-induced hearing loss.

 

HOW TO ORDER

To order SAFEEars! materials, simply fill out the order form and return it by fax (816) 333-4320, email – infosertoma@sertomahq.org, or mail – Sertoma, 1912 E. Meyer Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64132.

 Sertoma Club Order Form

If you are visiting from the Dangerous Decibels conference in St. Paul, Minnesota. Please use the contact form below if you have questions or comments.

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Sertoma partnered with WISE EARS!® to create SAFEEars!. WISE EARS! is a coalition established by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).