Yes. Support a worthy cause – just by completing a member survey! It will only take 3-5 minutes.
Periodically, Assured Life Association surveys our membership in an effort to better understand your background and interests. This is one of those times. We want to get to know you better and hear your ideas for new national service campaigns or causes and member benefits.
And you will not just be helping Assured Life Association. You will also be helping the National Military Family Association’s Operation Purple summer camp program for the kids of our military families! For every completed member questionnaire received, Assured Life will donate $1 to the Operation Purple program.
Complete the member questionnaire by clicking the button below.
Hearing Related Facts Provided by American Hearing Benefits
The following interesting hearing related facts are provided by American Hearing Benefits. As a member of Assured Life Association, you and your family are eligible for exclusive American Hearing Benefits (AHB). American Hearing Benefits is a discount program from Starkey Hearing Technologies, the only major American owned and operated hearing aid manufacturer. As most insurance plans don’t cover hearing healthcare, this convenient hearing benefits program provides you and your family access to free hearing consultations and discounts* on hearing aids through AHB’s nationwide network of 3,000+ hearing professionals.
• Discounts on today’s latest technology, including hearing aids and tinnitus options
• FREE annual hearing consultations
• Access to a nationwide network of 3,000+ hearing professionals
• FREE one-year supply of batteries (40 cells per hearing aid purchased)
• One year of free office visits (limit of six)
• 60-day trial period**
• FREE Deluxe Warranty Plan, including loss and damage**
• Financing plans available (subject to credit approval)
Call (888) 900-4819 or visit www.americanhearingbenefits.com/partners/AssuredLife to learn more and schedule your FREE hearing consultation.
*Patient benefits may vary by contract type. **Professional service fees may apply. ©2017 Starkey Hearing Technologies. All Rights Reserved.
|Hearing loss is the third most common physical condition after arthritis and heart disease.||Hearing Loss Association of America|
|People 65 and older are 5X more likely to have hearing loss than those younger than 65.||World Health Organization|
|60 percent of the people with hearing loss are either in the work force or in educational settings.||Hearing Loss Association of America|
|Approximately 26 million Americans between the ages of 20-69 have high-frequency hearing loss due to exposure to loud noises at work or in leisure activities.||National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders|
|22 million American workers are exposed to potentially damaging noise each year.||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|Untreated hearing loss can contribute to social isolation, anxiety, depression and cognitive decline.||World Health Organization|
|Untreated hearing loss may result in serious long-term consequences to healthy brain functioning.||Johns Hopkins Medicine|
|People with mild hearing loss are 3X more likely to have a history of falling than people with normal hearing.||Johns Hopkins Medicine|
|Adults with untreated hearing loss have higher unemployment rates than their normal-hearing peers.||Better Hearing Institute|
|People with untreated hearing loss can lose as much as $30,000 in income annually.||Better Hearing Institute|
|Hearing loss treatment has been shown to improve earning power, communication in relationships, sense of control and physical health.||Better Hearing Institute|
|8 of 10 hearing aid wearers confirm wearing hearing aids has positively impacted their quality of life.||The Hearing Journal|
|According to a recent study, people with hearing difficulty who use hearing aids get more pleasure in doing things and are more likely to exercise and socialize.||Better Hearing Institute|
On the Lighter Side
A little girl was sitting on her grandfather’s lap as he read her a bedtime story. From time to time, she would take her eyes off the book and reach up to touch his wrinkled cheek. She was alternately stroking her own cheek, then his again. Finally, she spoke up, “Grandpa, did God make you?”
“Yes, sweetheart,” he answered. “God made me a long time ago.”
“Oh,” she paused. “Grandpa, did God make me too?”
“Yes, indeed, honey,” he said. “God made you just a little while ago.”
Feeling their respective faces again, she observed, “God’s getting better at it, isn’t he?”