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Help us to combat child hearing loss in New Zealand.

Many children don’t know they have damaged their hearing until it's too late.

Youth hearing loss can be caused by genetics, complications at birth or use of drugs, but also by preventable causes such as infections and ongoing exposure to excessive noise. Tragically, 60% of childhood hearing loss is due to entirely preventable causes.

We are doing our part to combat youth hearing loss, but we need support from people like you to raise awareness about the risks and how to protect a young person’s hearing. You can also help us to support young New Zealanders who have a hearing loss to access technology, tools and services that enable them to communicate and connect with others.

Take the Listen Up Quiz today to learn more about hearing loss in New Zealand and around the world.

As an added incentive, if you are able to answer all the questions correctly, you’ll go into the draw to win a $200 shopping voucher! So what are you waiting for? Take a few minutes out of your day to test your knowledge about hearing loss in New Zealand.

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About The National Foundation for Deaf & Hard of Hearing

The National Foundation for Deaf and Hard of Hearing is an established and trusted charity who advocate for hearing wellbeing. The Foundation focuses on supporting and improving the lives of the 880,000+ New Zealanders who are Deaf or hard of hearing, and on raising awareness of risks of preventable hearing loss.

NFDHH have developed a range of programmes and services to support New Zealanders with hearing loss. We believe that whether at school, at work or in retirement hearing loss should be recognised, accommodated and supported.