Westchester/Rockland Walk4Hearing

Team Mikaela

My Name is Mikaela. I'm walking on May 12th, 2018

To raise awareness about people have hearing loss. I've been wearing hearing aids since I was 7 yeards old. There are many great doctos and professionals that have tried to help me improve what I'm hearing today.Unfortunately, in March 2014, I was hit in the face with a sofitball and suffered more hearing loss, leaving me with no hearing in my left ear. Recently, in July 2015, I was able to gain back this hearing by getting a Med El Cochlear Implant! It feels great to have it, recovering all the hearing that I lost. I adapted very quickly to all the new sounds it allowed me to hear. I don't know what my life would have been without it. Many doctors and professionals have helped me get this far and I am very thankful. I believe the Walk 4 Hearing can help me and other like me. I wnt to help other people with hearing loss feel better too. So please help me support the Walk 4 Hearing.

I’d like you to join my team, lace up your shoes, and have fun! The HLAA Walk4Hearing rallies communities across the country to create awareness about hearing health. Walk day is a chance for you to meet others with hearing loss, their families and supporters, learn from each other, and raise funds that go to national and local programs.
By joining this team, you do more than just contribute to a mission of providing information, education, support and advocacy for people with hearing loss, you are with others like yourself. You are not alone. Come and have fun!

Did you know that one in ten people has a hearing loss? Chances are you know a few people with some degree of hearing loss. Untreated hearing loss affects overall health in negative ways – falls, isolation, anxiety, depression, and now, a link between untreated hearing loss and cognitive decline. Many people age into their hearing loss while they are still in the workforce.

Hearing loss can be prevented, screened for, and treated. The HLAA Walk4Hearing brings people together in communities to create awareness about hearing loss.

Since 2006, the HLAA Walk4Hearing has raised more than $13 million and has become the largest walk for hearing health.

Take Charge of Your Hearing Health and Get Your Hearing Screened
The call to action of the 2018 Walk4Hearing is “Get Your Hearing Checked!” Take charge of your own hearing health (or encourage someone else) by getting a hearing screening! Follow HLAA Walk4Hearing on Twitter @Walk4Hearing and Tweet #screenURhearing to let us know that you got your hearing checked or encouraged someone else to do so.

I hope you can also join my Walk4Hearing team or support me by making a donation. And, if you are motivated, take charge of your own hearing health or encourage someone you know to get their hearing screened.

For more information about HLAA, please visit hearingloss.org.

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