Join NHCA & SoundPrint this October for the Find Your Quiet Place Challenge

We’re excited to partner with SoundPrint, a hearing health app, to promote hearing health awareness. Join us this October for SoundPrint’s Find Your Quiet Place Challenge!

During the month of October, 30+ prominent hearing health organizations will participate in the 2023 FYQP Challenge to collect sound level data using the SoundPrint App.

The sound measurements from the Challenge will enable SoundPrint to advocate for safe noise levels, help communities find quieter places, and protect the public’s hearing health.

It’s fun, easy, and prizes will be awarded! Be sure to join us!

The details

Beginning Sunday, October 1 and continuing till the 31st, we will focus our attention on sound levels in our communities and take sound measurements in public venues to promote hearing health awareness.

We will use the SoundPrint app to frequently measure sound levels at local venues (restaurants, parks, shops, offices, theaters, cafes). The goal is to measure and submit as many sound levels as possible. Prizes will be awarded to the most dedicated participants!

Using the SoundPrint app is simple. Once downloaded, your smartphone turns into a decibel meter allowing you to take sound measurements everywhere you go and submit them to the app’s database.

Join us!

Visit the FYQP webpage to download the app, register for the Challenge, get the details on prizes and more.

Questions? Email SoundPrint

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