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Listen with Confidence

by self-managing Mild-Moderate Hearing Loss with OTC Hearing Aid with Aural Rehabilitation program


with Occupational Hearing Conservation Training and Education for enhanced safety culture

Aug 16, 2022. FDA finalized Rule
on Over-The-Counter (OTC) hearing aid  

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on OTC Hearing Aids and Audition Tech 

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Treating Hearing Loss is important  


for daily communications,

social interaction

for preventing fatigue, falls, isolation, depression, dementia

References below

Hearing Safety Culture 

is important  


for hearing conservation, productivity  

for performance, job advancement

References below

Our Products



OTC Hearing Aids + OTC Kit 

Enhance your hearing for Mild-Moderate Hearing Loss 

Without prescription or fitting

Aural Rehabilitation program

Continued education, self-care for life-long hearing health

Audiologist connect when you need additional guidance


ATLAS Safety & Health 

Occupational Hearing Conservation Training

Effective hearing safety culture at work

Total worker health - at work and outside of work


Ongoing Education program  

Self-paced learning on current topics 

Support fitness for duty  


All products meet applicable FDA, OSHA, CDC-NIOSH regulations and recommendations


All products developed by a team of 

hardware and software engineers, regulatory scientist, certified occupational safety and hearing conservation specialist, audiologist, communication experts, finance experts 


an advisory committee dedicated to advancing hearing health and technology

Our community engagement 

Our collaborative partnership 


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REFERENCES: Food and Drug Administration - Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids Rule (FDA-OTC), National Institutes of Deafness and Communication Disorders (NIDCD-NIH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dept. of Defense (DoD), National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), Lancet Commission on Hearing Loss 

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