The latest information on hearing aid assistance, hearing loss and hearing loss treatments for individuals who are experiencing hearing loss, looking for hearing health information for their loved ones, or just desire to learn more about hearing aid assistance to make the right hearing health decisions.
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The Center for Hearing, Speech and Language provides hearing aid assistance for deaf and hearing-impaired individuals. They also offer evaluations, fittings and repairs.
The Chicago Hearing Society has been providing hearing aid assistance to individuals and families affected by hearing loss and impairment in the state of Illinois for more than 30 years. The organization also assists in hearing tests, sign language and financial assistance programs.
Newly-launched EarCommunity.com provides resource and support for families and individuals suffering from Microtia and Aural Atresia.
The Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation provides affordable digital hearing aids and hearing screenings to low-income residents. Assistance also is provided for hearing aids for seniors.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will launch hotline TSA Cares to assist travelers with disabilities for information regarding airport screening policies.
Oticon collaborates with American Heart Association to promote heart and hearing health awareness campaign.
Kirsty Swain encourages those with hearing difficulties to follow their dreams.
Through the support of Oticon, Inc., 3 James Madison University graduate students were awarded scholarships for their research projects in the field of audiology.
A recent survey conducted by AARP and ASHA indicates that older Americans are going without necessary treatment for hearing loss, resulting in decreased quality of life and even safety issues.
RIT has received a 1.6 million dollar grant to create virtual tutoring and mentoring support for deaf and hard-of-hearing students studying science, technology, engineering and math.
With a mission to promote and protect the health and well-being of children around the world, Variety the Children's Charity aims to impact the lives of children and their families, to ultimately make the world a better place. Children with hearing loss can turn to Variety for financial help with hearing aids.
Deafness Research Foundation has changed its name to Hearing Health Foundation. The Foundation has also announced a groundbreaking research consortium, the Hearing Restoration Project.
National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology has once again set a record for enrollment, with 1,547 students enrolled. The students hail from 49 of the 50 United States.
Research has shown that people with untreated hearing loss may be at an increased risk of depression. Studies also show that when these individuals use hearing aids, they experience significant improvements in quality of life and decreased depressive symptoms.
House Research Institute has begun a campaign to raise $65 million in honor of their 65-year anniversary. These funds will continue the Institute's mission of helping people enjoy a better quality of life through better hearing.
Oticon, a leading hearing aid manufacturer, donated $10,000 to the American Heart Association (AHA). The funds were raised through the sale of Oticon Agil hearing aids and will be used by the AHA to fund education and research.
Wells Fargo has reached a settlement with the US Department of Justice, requiring them to compensate individuals who we discriminated against on the basis of their disabilities. If you are hard of hearing or deaf, are blind or have low vision, or have a speech disability and needed help to communicate with Wells Fargo but were denied such help, you may have been discriminated against and should contact the US Department of Justice.
Let Them Hear Foundation is an organization that provides financial help for people who cannot afford hearing aids, cochlear implants, or other hearing services. The Foundation also supports research, education for professionals, and public awareness about hearing loss and its impacts on quality of life.
A new book, “A Survival Guide for New Deafies" by Amy Sargent, offers coping strategies for people diagnosed with hearing loss, as well as their family members. Register on Sargent's website to win a free copy of the book.
The Hearing Foundation (Ear of the Lion) was founded by Lions Clubs in California and Nevada to provide financial assistance for hearing aids for individuals who cannot afford them.
The Gift of Hearing Foundation (GOHF) is dedicated to increasing access to cochlear implants. In some cases, the GOHF is able to provide financial help for cochlear implants to patients when no other option exists.
Siemens Hearing Instruments Responds to Consumer Needs with Waterproof Aquaris™
Support the American Tinnitus Association’s (ATA) research grant program either in person or online. There will be prizes for the highest fundraising teams and a raffle for all physical participants.
The Global Foundation For Children With Hearing Loss visited Dalat, Danang, and Saigon to mentor teachers of the deaf and parents and distribute supplies donated by Ear Gear.
Dr. William F. House explains how he overcame adversity and criticism to create life-changing treatments for hearing disorders including the cochlear implant.
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