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Dangerous Decibels Program

The Dangerous Decibels Program offered in Ohio is a free, interactive evidenced-based 50 minute lesson for fourth grade students designed to reduce the incidence of noise induced hearing loss and tinnitus by changing knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors about sound exposures. Dangerous Decibels also meet Ohio's Benchmarks.

Click here to request a free Dangerous Decibels lesson in your school.

Interested in becoming a Dangerous Decibels trainer at no cost, contact Melissa McCoy, Ohio Department of Health Public Health Audiologist at (614) 466-1995 or Melissa.McCoy@odh.ohio.gov

Last Updated:   10/28/14