YOUR MUSIC STUDENTS ARE VULNERABLE TO HEARING LOSS. HELP PROTECT THEM THROUGH OUR EXCLUSIVE DETECTION AND PREVENTION PROGRAM.
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As an Educator, you share every parent’s or guardian’s concern for their child’s well being. It’s Indisputable, a music education can contribute to childhood hearing loss. Students in a school band or orchestra, or who take individual or group lessons, can be exposed to noise levels potentially damaging to their hearing.
Even playing a seemingly benign flute or violin can be unhealthy, and exposure to the collective instrument sounds in a band or symphony orchestra only exacerbates the problem.
A SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MUSICIAN IS EXPOSED TO DECIBEL LEVELS ABOVE 120. EXPOSURE FOR MORE THAN 15 MINUTES A DAY CAN LEAD TO SIGNIFICANT HEARING LOSS IN ONLY A FEW YEARS.
Want to know how many decibels are generated by various musical instruments or types of musical groups? View or download an informative chart.
ENCOURAGE THE ENROLLMENT OF YOUR MUSIC STUDENTS IN OUR “MUSIC TO MY EARS” PROGRAM. IT’S ALL ABOUT HEARING LOSS PREVENTION.
The “Music to My Ears” program follows a student from enrollment through their senior year in high school, all covered under a one-time, nominal enrollment fee. No student will be denied entry into the program for financial reasons.
Please encourage parents or guardians to enroll their child in the “Music to My Ears” program. To discuss a customized program for your school’s entire music department, please call Dr. Alison Kaye at the Hearing Wellness Centers: 847-266-8000 or use the convenient e-mail form and Dr. Kaye will contact you
THREE STEPS TO PREVENTING HEARING LOSS