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Increase access by persons who have hearing impairments to hearing rehabilitation services and adaptive devices, including hearing aids, cochlear implants, or tactile or other assistive or augmentative devices.
Increase the proportion of persons who have had a hearing examination on schedule - adults and children.
Increase the proportion of persons who have had a hearing examination on schedule - infant screening.
Increase the number of persons who are referred by their primary care physician for hearing evaluation and treatment.
Increase the use of appropriate ear protection devices, equipment, and practices.
Reduce noise-induced hearing loss in children and adolescents aged 17 years and under.