Walk4Hearing is the only nationwide event bringing attention to hearing loss and promoting the importance of hearing health.
Participating in the Walk4Hearing means joining people across the country and right in our neighborhoods, who understand what it’s like to live with hearing loss. We invite you to join our community from wherever you are!
“As a long-standing sponsor of Walk4Hearing, CapTel is proud to again support HLAA’s mission of raising hearing loss awareness in communities nationwide. Coming together in celebration, the Walks give us a chance to support one another, share stories, and learn about new technologies, all while helping raise funds to further HLAA’s vital work on behalf of people with hearing loss. CapTel is privileged to be part of this community and to support the ongoing efforts to advance opportunities for people with hearing loss.”
President of CapTel, Inc.
Hearing is an important part of overall health and the Walk4Hearing calls on all of us to take action. By being active, engaged, and making hearing health a priority, people with hearing loss can live well.
Let’s Hear Now and Be Well Together.
“The online celebration kept me more connected to my community than ever. It’s incredibly motivating to hear stories from people not just in my area, but from across the entire country.”
San Diego Walk4Hearing
“I loved being able to safely connect with people during the online celebration. As an audiologist, it was a great reminder of how important my daily work can be and how important it is to keep advocating for my patients.”
New England Walk4Hearing
Walk4Hearing helps fund national and local programs that support people with hearing loss and their families.
HLAA raises awareness, advocates for communication access, and provides information and resources to help people live well with hearing loss.
HLAA Chapters & State Associations provide support and assistance to members within their local communities.
Alliances are nonprofit organizations that extend our mission and offer services for people with hearing loss and their families.
You offer support and encouragement by sharing your story and raising awareness.