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Patient Resources: Additional Websites
Coastal Ear, Nose and Throat Website Please visit Coastal Ear, Nose and Throat's comprehensive website for a wealth of information.
American Academy of Audiology – Provides information regarding hearing and balance.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association - Provides in-depth information of hearing, balance, and other communicative subjects.
bf4life-hearing – an online community/blog for Deaf and Hard of Hearing teens and tweens who want to connect with other Deaf and hard of hearing teens
BHI - Better Hearing Institute Comprehensive List of Hearing Aid Compatible Cell Phones
Hear The World – An excellent interactive resource for information regarding hearing, hearing loss, and hearing aids.
Hearing Loss Association of America – provides assistance and resources for people with hearing loss and their families to help facilitate the adjustment to living with hearing loss.
Hearing Loss Web – website dedicated to people who have hearing loss, but are not members of the traditional Deaf community
John Tracy Clinic – website of the John Tracy Clinic which provides free, world-wide, parent-centered services to young children with hearing loss offering families hope, guidance and encouragement.
Mayo Clinic – A very informative medical website developed by the well known, non-profit, Mayo Clinic. This website takes readers through the basics, in-depth looks at causes and treatments, and multimedia.
My Baby’s Hearing – A website developed by Boys Town National Research Hospital
National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management – developed by Utah State University, NCHAM’s website serves as a National Resource center for the implementation and improvement of comprehensive and effective Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Systems.
National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders – Federal government’s website focused on research and training in the normal and disordered processes of hearing, balance, smell, taste, voice, speech, and language.
New Jersey Grace’s Law – Information regarding the New Jersey bill which requires medically necessary hearing aid coverage for children 15 years of age or younger.
Oticon Pediatrics – manufacturer website which provides information to parents regarding hearing loss in the pediatric population. This website also features a kids’ corner with games and stories about other children with hearing loss.
State of New Jersey Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing – Website which provides information and referral services, technical assistance, advocacy, publications, equipment distribution information, and assistive communication device demonstration resources for the more than 800,000 New Jersey residents with hearing loss.
The Listen-Up Web – website which specializes in information for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing as well as their families
Vestibular Disorders Association – Provides access to information, offers a support network, and elevates awareness of the challenges associated with vestibular or dizziness disorders.