Hearing loss is deeply behavioral, and fraught with several psycho-social challenges. Hearing aids also carry social stigma and can be difficult to operate, leading to a $400 million industry problem that sees 25 percent of all aids returned for full credit every year. Kare-N® helps new hearing aid wearers during the most challenging phase of their journey – the initial 30-day adaptation period. Kare-N® normalizes that period by providing in-depth instructional content, social support groups, “lifelines” to clinicians, and milestone celebration. For clinicians, Kare-N® tracks how their patients progress – initiating email and text “at risk” notifications that urge them to reach out. With access to individual and aggregate reporting of at-risk patients, clinicians and administrators can view follow-up activities and assess overall outcomes.