(Source: Erin Lewis, UPR News)
A new initiative by Utah-based communications company Sorenson, called the Sound Off Project, is seeking to increase awareness and help for veterans facing hearing loss.
Rates of hearing loss in veterans tend to be extremely high. Research has found that around 50% of veterans are diagnosed with hearing loss and many more report symptoms of tinnitus — ringing or buzzing in the ears.
Sorenson’s Director of the Veterans Initiative and Military Sales Dewie Vieira spoke with UPR on the importance and goals of this new project.
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