With the summer Olympics from Beijing still fresh in our memories, its time to turn our attention to the Special Olympics and another group of highly trained, highly skilled...
The Better Hearing Institute (BHI) is educating the hearing health community about heart disease and its connection to hearing loss during February, American Heart Month.
The late Leslie Nielsen was not only a talented actor, but also a dedicated advocate of hearing health making numerous media appearances on behalf of BHI to educate people on aspects of hearing loss and it's impact on the quality of life.
Hearing loss is the third largest health problem after heart disease and arthritis in America today. When people cannot afford hearing aids it impacts their work and earning potential, relationships, education opportunities, and their ability to participate socially.
You've heard the old saying, "What the world needs is a good 5-cent cigar." Wrong! What the world really needs are inexpensive, environmentally friendly, wid...
Are you an organ donor? Many of us are. A small imprint on your driver's license, a card you carry or bracelet you wear identifies you as a giving, caring being who has...
The Lions Club is known globally for its good works especially its drive for used eye glasses that can be refitted and donated to those who otherwise couldnt afford Octobe...
The holidays are upon us, and we at Healthy Hearing think this is an important time to count our blessings and to make a donation - even a small one - to organizations that support people with hearing loss around the world.
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.
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.
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.
Help Me Hear Foundation provides financial help for hearing aids and cochlear implants for children with hearing loss, when their families cannot otherwise afford to pay for these devices and services.
Looking for a way to give back to those with hearing loss or deafness this holiday season? Dogs for the Deaf provides individuals with hearing loss and deafness not only a hearing dog to help make them more aware of their surroundings, but a companion animal to be by their side!
Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss seeks to provide professional teacher training and ensure hearing health programs are in place to help educate youth suffering from hearing loss and deafness around the world.
Whether you’re looking for gifts to put under the tree or tuck in a stocking, we have suggestions for the hearing-impaired friends and family on your holiday gift list.
American Society for Deaf Children strives to help families coping with hearing loss and deafness find a place to connect with others, discover more information and provide the children in their lives with the same opportunities as the hearing world.
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.
Oticon Hearing Foundation made a $27,500 donation by the to the American Academy of Audiology Foundation (AAAF) to support graduate audiology scholarships.
Breast cancer is a horrible disease, yet, with an increased awareness of breast cancer, its symptoms, and the importance of regular self-examinations and annual mammograms,...
Audiology Online's editor, Carolyn Smaka, had the opportunity to sit down with the founder of Project Deaf India, Dr. Raj Desai, a man on a mission. retired...