Do you wish you could make
your world one click louder?
Do you – or a family member – find it difficult to:
- Follow conversations?
- Hear the TV or radio without significantly increasing the volume?
- Understand what’s going on in a religious service or a lecture?
In today’s fast-paced, on-the-move culture, many adults find it more and more difficult to keep up with the level of conversation, noise, and activity swirling around them. Discussions seem hurried, friends and family members appear to mumble, and sounds – everything from the television to the car radio to familiar voices– just feel softer than they used to. And sometimes, the struggle to participate in conversations or actually understand what’s being said in a group setting proves so difficult that adults may find it easier to simply not engage socially with others.
These challenges hold true for an increasing number of adults – within a wide age range. Because of loud music, motorcycles, power tools, gun sports, fireworks, sporting events, and more, many adults, 40 and over, realize that life would be so much easier if everything proved just one click louder.