Hearing Loss Organizations
Language and Early Literacy
Cochlear Implant Manufacturers
Hearing Aid Manufacturers
Education Resources for Children with Hearing Loss
Medical Research Organizations
For Adults and Children
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Hear the World is a charitable foundation committed to improve the quality of life and promote equal opportunities for people with hearing loss globally. The foundation has a special focus on projects that support children reach their development milestones and realize their full potential in life regardless of their hearing loss.
Healthy Hearing provides a guide for financial help and articles about hearing aids and hearing loss.
So the World May Hear
The Starkey Hearing Foundation’s Hear Now program provides hearing aids for deaf and hard of hearing persons living in the United States. Applications are available online.
The Lions Club provides hearing aids to people with limited finances who are legal residents of the U.S. This includes people with Green Cards.
Hearing Loss Association of America
This organization provides information about many national or regional resources for obtaining amplification.
The Gift of Hearing Foundation works with the medical community to provide financial support for a select number of economically disadvantaged patients receive cochlear implants.
Let Them Hear Foundation
Provides clinical services primarily in Palo Alto and on mission trips around the world, and consultations for hearing aids and cochlear implants
The Hike Fund Etc
The HIKE fund provides hearing aids, FM systems, closed caption converters, tactile aids, alerting systems and specialized sports equipment for children from birth to 20 years of age. An application can be assessed through their website.
Disabled Children's Relief Fund
Applications are available at the website between April and September
Oticon’s National Loaner Bank program provides hearing aids for children from birth to three years of age while they wait for their personal amplification or cochlear implant.
Provides training in developing countries to empower families and service providers to help young children use hearing technology and communicate through listening and spoken language
JTC provides diagnostic and educational programs to families of young children with hearing loss. It does not offer funds for equipment, surgery or individual and organizational financial needs. Visit other sections of JTC’s website to learn about onsite and distance services available.
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Gives students with disabilities more scholarship opportunities that will help them pay for their education, as well as other resources to help obtain funding.