We cannot be responsible for the content of these sites, or any that are linked to them.

Professional organizations.
We endeavor to stay current with our profession and belong to several professional organizations. The links to some of those organizations are listed below and they also include useful information for consumers:

The American Academy of Audiology
The American Speech-Language Hearing Association
The South Carolina Academy of Audiology

 

Hearing Loss in Children and Infants
Please remember that these sites cover hearing loss in children with all degrees and types of hearing loss from mild to profound, and much of the information may not be relevant for your child. Ask us if you have questions!

NCHAM: Newborn Hearing and Infant Hearing
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
www.babyhearing.org
www.accesswireless.org
www.betterhearing.org

 

General Websites for Hearing Loss

www.accesswireless.org
www.betterhearing.org
www.howsyourhearing.org

www.hearingloss.org
www.neurotone.com

 

Hearing Aid Manufacturers

Phonak
Oticon
Starkey
GNResound
www.usa.siemens.com/hearing
www.widexusa.com

 

Hearing Aid Accessories

ADCO Hearing Products, Inc.
Healthy Hearing
Sound Clarity: Hearing Aid Accessories

Good information videos about hearing loss

Hearing Loss Association of America

Phones for hearing aids

www.phonescoop.com
go to section and select M4/T4 compatibility to find the best phones to use with hearing aids.
Go to phone finder. Go down to "show all options"
Under Hearing Aid Compatible check M4, T4

Phones with captioning

CaptionCall.com
This state-of-the-art yet surprisingly simple telephone empowers you to communicate more confidently with friends, family, or coworkers, with captioning service is funded by the FCC; so no new bills, no monthly charges.

 

 
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