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WS Audiology - October 2021

AARP Hearing care Program Status Update


AARP Services, Inc. and HearUSA have delayed the launch of the AARP Hearing Care Program in order to restructure the proposed program.

Given the current challenges facing the U.S. economy, AARP Services and HearUSA determined that a more measured approach is needed to ensure the program will be successful and meet the needs of AARP members.

AARP Services and HearUSA are working collaboratively to develop and implement a far reaching hearing care program that offers real value to AARP members and anticipates launching the pilot program in the third quarter of 2009.

AARP Services and HearUSA want to ensure the program follows through on its original commitment to dramatically expand awareness of hearing loss in America and offer easy and affordable access to professional hearing solutions.

More information on the AARP Hearing Care Program can be found here

About HearUSA

HearUSA, Inc. provides hearing care to patients primarily through 200 company-owned hearing care centers, which offer a complete range of quality hearing aids with an emphasis on the latest digital technology. HearUSA Centers are located in California, Florida, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Ohio, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, and the province of Ontario, Canada. The company also derives revenues from its HearUSA Hearing Care Network, comprised of 1,900 affiliated audiologists in 49 states, as well as its website that enables online purchases of hearing related products, such as batteries, hearing aid accessories and assistive listening devices. For further information, click on "investor information" at the HearUSA website:

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