Hearing Loss Association of America
HLAA has several excellent Loop for Hearing Pamphlets and Promotional ideas on how you can get in the Hearing Loop and how to make it happen in your community.
See the attached pamphlets and booklets
More Information on Hearing Loops can be found on
Sertoma stands for SERvice TO MAnkind – connecting those who are called to serve with those who can’t hear- for over 100 years. Sertoma serves over 50 million children and adults with hearing loss in the United States and Canada with over 500 clubs and 13,000 members. They sponsor scholarships for young adults with hearing loss and summer camps for children with hearing loss. They also promote “Loop for Hearing” with 3 excellent videos.
Canadian Hard of Hearing Association
CHHA is a consumer based organization formed by and for hard of hearing Canadians. There are several regional branches with their own websites and loaded with tips for the hearing impaired.
Canadian Hearing Society
CHS is Canada’s national service agency for the hearing impaired There is an excellent paper written about Hearing Loss leads to Deaf Gain
Hearing Loss Help
Action on Hearing Loss
Source of information on current research
Better Hearing Australia
Better Hearing Institute
A fantastic source of information on hearing and hearing aids
Deaf Kidz International
Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss
Prospective college students with disabilities will find that many campuses are equipped with offices and services that address accessibility, accommodation, and assistive technology for a diverse range of needs. Student services offices and disability coordinators at many colleges work to make campuses inclusive environments through specialized advocacy, support, and academic services.
Coaliton for Global Hearing Health
The Coalition for Global Hearing Health was first organized in March, 2009 by bringing together hearing health care professionals in low resource communities around the world. CGHH’s goals is to promote/instill effective change in hearing health care practice/services in low resource communities providing an opportunity for humanitarians (otolaryngologists, audiologists, deaf educators, speech pathologists, deaf and hard of hearing individuals and families) to work together to raise awareness of important issues relative to hearing health (especially in developing countries).
The CGHH has new portable audiometers that can be donated at no cost to humanitarian groups or person(s) to improve hearing health care services in developing countries. Visit their website and request an application.