We have compiled a list of useful links for you to look at before, during, and after your treatment with us. Keeping yourself, family, and friends educated on hearing loss issues is one of the most important step in hearing loss prevention.

We strongly encourage that you look at the options available to you in the hearing industry. Research is important so you will know what to look for in your hearing loss treatment center and also in your treatment plan. While we will always provide you with the information and support you are looking for when you come in for an appointment, research can be good for you and your family to help understand what products, treatments, preventatives, etc. are available to you. It also keeps you up to date what interesting achievements are currently being made in the hearing industry!

Below is a list of useful links about hearing aids, hearing loss, hearing aid technology and other issues related to hearing health care. If you have any questions or to make an appointment, contact us today!

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing –  Advocacy group supporting children with hearing loss; information and support for parents and professionals, including membership services and publications.

American Tinnitus Association – Non-profit organization with resources, information, membership service, and assistance to tinnitus sufferers.

Better Hearing Institute (BHI) –  Non-profit institute with information about hearing loss and available help through medicine, surgery, amplification and other rehabilitation.

The Caption CenterNon-profit agency with caption services for television shows, music videos, home videos, and feature films.

The Education and Auditory Research (EAR) Foundation –  Series of hearing-related programs with support groups, anatomy of the ear, and special newsletter for meniere sufferers.

Healthy Hearing – A comprehensive guide to hearing aids.

Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers (HEAR) – Non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of the dangers of repeated exposure to excessive noise levels.

National Association of the Deaf (NAD)Protecting the civil rights of the deaf and hard of hearing in education, employment, health care, social services, and telecommunications.

National Institute on Aging (NIA)Promoting aging research and providing health-related information of hearing loss in the elderly.

National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) –  Conducts and supports research and distributes information on human communication disorders, including hearing, balance, smell, taste, voice, speech, and language.

Hearing Loss Association of AmericaProviding information, education, support, hearing-test screenings, and advocacy for those suffering from hearing-loss disabilities.

Westone: The In-Ear Experts – Since 1959, Westone has specialized in custom earplugs and earpieces as well as other products to protect and enhance hearing, facilitate communication, and support hearing care professionals.

Logitech Ultimate Ears – Ultimate Ears is a custom in-ear monitor and earphone manufacturer and offers a full line of custom earphones and custom in-ear monitors that provide great sound quality and a comfortable fit.

Etymotic Research, Inc. – Etymotic Research, Inc. develops and manufacture products that help accurately assess hearing, improve the lives of those with hearing loss, protect hearing, and enhance the listening experience of musicians and music lovers.

Tinnitus Practitioners Association (TPA) – The Tinnitus Practitioners Association is a non-profit professional organization of audiologists dedicated to providing tinnitus and sound sensitivity care to their patients. The TPA supports their efforts through professional and practice development, education, accreditation, research, and public awareness of tinnitus and sound sensitivity care.