Hearing Impaired Resources

Academy of Doctors of Audiology

Accreditation Commission for Audiology Education (ACAE)

BE INSPIRED! Seek accreditation by the ACAE and begin the process after you initially contact us about your university’s program. We are proud to provide accreditation reviews to universities nationwide.


American Academy of Audiology Foundation

The philanthropic arm of AAA.


American Board of Audiology (ABA)

Board Certification in Audiology


American Tinnitus Association (ATA)

The core purpose of the American Tinnitus Association is to promote relief, prevent, and find cures for tinnitus, evidenced by its core values of compassion, credibility, and responsibility.



Consumer Affairs' Cochlear Implant Guide

Consumer Affairs’ Cochlear Implant Guide educates readers on important aspects to consider when selecting a cochlear implant. It answers common questions about the components, processes, and style of the device. It also addresses hearing implant candidacy and breaks down the pros and cons of the major cochlear implant brands with verified reviews.

Consumer Affairs’ Cochlear Implant Guide

Hands On

Hands On is a NYC based non-profit organization dedicated to providing greater access to arts and cultural programs for the deaf and hard of hearing communities.


Hearing Exchange

This is an online community for the hearing impaired, families, and professionals. They offer current news, forums, chats, and more on issues related to hearing loss, particularly for parents. Founder, Paula Rosenthal. J.D. is both an adult with a hearing loss, and a parent of a deaf child. A Long Island parent support group was formed in 2005.


Hearing Loss Association of America – New York State

This is an educational advocacy organization of people working together across NYS to promote issues of importance to New Yorkers with hearing loss. Local chapters are posted on the website.


Lace-Listening & Communication Enhancement

The Children’s Hearing Institute

For the past 25 years, the Institute has concentrated its efforts to improve the lives of all people that are deaf or hard of hearing. It is a national resource for families and professionals on deafness, the treatment and rehabilitation of deaf and hard of hearing children, cochlear implants, and a wide range of otolaryngological, audiological, hearing habilitation, and technical issues. They publish a free newsletter, that can be accessed on their


Vestibular Disorders Association (VEDA)

asha ce approved provider
American Academy Audiology
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