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Hearing Loss Facts

Hearing loss is becoming more common at a younger age.  Baby Boomers, those between the ages of 45 and 65, are developing hearing loss at a faster rate and younger age than previous generations.

Is Hearing Loss Affecting You or Your Loved Ones?


Most Wellness and benefit plans do not take a proactive role in hearing health, with some basic education, annual testing, hearing protection and a proactive stance, future claims can be significantly reduced or even eliminated. Most plans allow the participants to seek out their own treatment plans and providers.


Our experience is that can lead to disastrous results. From overcharging, misdiagnosis, to improper solutions.


This is why we created the Brookfeild Hearing Plan and Network. A single access point to education, testing, diagnosis and hearing loss solutions.