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H.E.A.R.'s web site, hearnet.com, provides vital hearing loss and Tinnitus information. H.E.A.R. receives thousands of requests a day from musicians and music lovers all over the world, looking for audiologists, otolaryngologists (ENT doctors), Tinnitus specialists, other hearing specialists and music business professionals.

By becoming a H.E.A.R. Partner, you or your company can help educate people to prevent hearing loss and tinnitus while expanding your network. H.E.A.R. partners include audiologists, ear doctors, hearing instrument specialists, speech pathologists, health organizations, educators, musicians, music fans, music industry, and business professionals.

We invite you to represent your city as a H.E.A.R. Partners.

  • For a donation of $150 per year, your business name and contact information will be listed on the Gold Partner referral section of our web site as a local provider. $50. for each additional listing.
  • For a donation of $500 per year, you'll get the Platinum Partner listing plus a link to your web site. You will also receive a contact listing with in our Gold Partners referral section.

H.E.A.R. Partner Benefits

A little more about H.E.A.R.

Twenty million Americans are exposed to hazardous sound levels regularly. Mead Killion Ph.D. suggests, "the evidence is coming in that intense music over a period of time is just as damaging as intense industrial noise." Music is one industry where technology has outpaced the human body's ability to cope. As a result, many young musicians, DJs and music fans have had their hearing permanently damaged.

H.E.A.R. (Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers) is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of the real dangers of repeated exposure to excessive noise levels which can lead to permanent, and sometimes debilitating, hearing loss and Tinnitus. Damage from dangerous decibels can occur whether its from playing music, attending concerts, dance clubs, raves, using stereo ear-phones, playing amplified systems too loudly or, other noisy activities.

We're here for musicians, DJs, sound engineers, music fans (especially young people) and anyone needing help with their hearing. If your hearing is fine we're here to help keep it that way. If not, we can help.

H.E.A.R. has been recognized around the world for its diligent efforts to educate the public on the dangers of excessive noise, and to provide adequate hearing protection for the public. The organization's public service announcements are all over the mainstream media, including MTV, CNN, PBS, Newsweek, Guitar Player, MIX Magazine, and Rolling Stone. H.E.A.R.'s information tables with free earplugs are at concerts across the U.S., promoting awareness of hearing damage. As a voice of concern from both the music and medical communities, we are determined to make our message heard. H.E.A.R. wants you to enjoy the music for a long, long time.

Affiliation with H.E.A.R. and hearnet helps to fund continuing outreach and the development of educational materials such as:

"Can't Hear You Knocking," (17 min. version Flynner Films) a critically-acclaimed video program available for schools and television broadcast. The Active Physics curriculum program for U.S. Junior High and High Schools.
The Active Physics program is funded by the National Science Foundation in association with the American Association of Physics Teachers and the American Institute of Physics.

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