Let’s Loop Colorado! is dedicated to increasing the hearing accessibility of Colorado residents and visitors alike to hear clearly by advocating for quality installation of hearing loops in a variety of public and private places across the state. 

The two goals are:   

1) increase the consistent utilization of hearing loops by venues and consumers

2) increase the number of quality hearing loop installations  

Over the past several years, through the work of many people who want to make a difference for people with hearing loss, hearing loops have been installed in various venues in Colorado.


Now, this grassroots, volunteer collaborative initiative brings together the previous initiatives to promote, support, and educate individuals about existing and future hearing loops in Colorado.


Across the country, there are approximately three dozen hearing looping campaigns. These campaigns began in 2010 with the “Get in the Hearing Loop” campaign, launched by the American Academy of Audiology and the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA), based on Dr. Myers' pioneering work in western Michigan.

We do not advise individuals about hearing aids.  For Colorado information please see

What is an Audiologist? https://www.coaudiology.org/consumers/what-is-an-audiologist/

Find an Audiologist https://www.coaudiology.org/consumers/find-an-audiologist/

Ways to Help

Interested individuals or organizations are welcome to be part of the initiative. Launch date: August 2019.

You choose how you can best use your interest, skills, and time.

1. Participate with this "Let's Loop Colorado" statewide coalition. Signup with MailChimp with your contact info  Link

  • Flexible, various short- and long-term tasks in-person and virtual. State and/or local community levels.

  • Represent your organization. Email your logo to be placed at the bottom of this website.

  • Coalition work. Be part of the process to advance this hearing loop initiative in Colorado. Over 40 organizations will been invited (nonprofit, government agencies, foundations, services, etc.)

  • Grants. Work to help develop statewide matching grants pool for hearing loop installation.


2. Venues that currently have a hearing loop. Reach further:

  • For this "Let's Loop Colorado" website, update information by emailing revised information.

  • For this "Let's Loop Colorado" website, email photo of hearing looped venue, possibly with the blue "T" sign.

  • Further promote a specific, hearing loop internally and externally.

  • Hold a demonstration with Q&A.

  • Re-invigorate so the loop is used more extensively.

  • Be a mentor for another organization who is considering installing a hearing loop and learning about the process.


3. Venue that needs a hearing loop.

  • Partner with others and work together towards getting a hearing loop installed. Ask for a presentation, resources, and/or a demo with a portable loop.

4. Individuals with hearing loss

  • Use existing hearing loops whenever possible, to get the best sound possible.

  • Invite another person (without hearing aids or without t-coils) to use a headset to experience a wonderful hearing loop.

  • Write a thank you note expressing the difference it makes for you.

  • Testimonials. Provide a short, anonymous written testimonial to be placed on this website and/or in other promotional materials.

  • If you are having difficulty understanding at a particular venue, meet with the appropriate staff and/or write a letter (or email) asking for a hearing loop to be installed.


5. Stay informed. Sign-up for newsletter using MailChimp. Link

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Clear Sounds for

People with Hearing Loss