Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Founded in 1890 by Alexander Graham Bell, the association offers members a wide range of programs and services and provides to all inquirers information on a vast array of issues pertaining to hearing loss. The Association's strength is in its diverse, collaborative membership of parents of children with hearing loss, educators, adults with hearing loss, and hearing health professionals.
American Academy of Audiology
The American Academy of Audiology is the world's largest professional organization of, for and by audiologists. The active membership of more than 7,500 audiologists join together to provide the highest quality of hearing healthcare service to children and adults described by our national slogan "Caring for America's Hearing."
American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
The Academy represents more than 10,000 otolaryngologists--head and neck surgeons who diagnose and treat disorders of the ears, nose, throat, and related structures of the head and neck. The medical disorders treated by our physicians and this specialty are among the most common that afflict all Americans, young and old. They include chronic ear infection, sinusitis, snoring and sleep apnea, hearing loss, allergies and hay fever, swallowing disorders, nosebleeds, hoarseness, dizziness, and head and neck cancer.
BEGINNINGS for Parents of Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Inc.
BEGINNINGS for Parents of Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, Inc. has served families as a non-profit organization, incorporated under the laws of NC since 1987. BEGINNINGS was established to provide emotional support and access to information as a central resource for families with deaf or hard of hearing children, age birth through 21.
Cochlear Implant Association, Inc.
Cochlear Implant Association, Inc. (CIAI), formerly Cochlear Implant Club International, Inc., is a non-profit organization for cochlear implant recipients, their families, professionals, and other individuals interested in cochlear implants. The Association provides support and information and access to local support groups for adults and children who have cochlear implants, or who are interested in learning about cochlear implants. We also advocate for the rights of and services for people with hearing loss.
H.E.A.R. Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers
H.E.A.R. (Hearing Education and Awareness for Rockers) is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to raising awareness of the real dangers of repeated exposure to excessive noise levels from music which can lead to permanent and sometimes debilitating, hearing loss and tinnitus. Damage from loud sound can occur from playing music, attending concerts, dance clubs, raves, using stereo earphones, playing amplified systems too loudly, or other noisy activities. We're here for musicians, DJs, sound engineers, music fans (especially teens) and anyone needing help with their hearing.
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The National Association of the Deaf (NAD)
The National Association of the Deaf (NAD), established in 1880, is the oldest and largest constituency organization safeguarding the accessibility and civil rights of 28 million deaf and hard of hearing Americans in education, employment, health care, and telecommunications.
The Vestibular Disorders Association
VEDA is a nonprofit organization that provides information to the public about inner-ear balance disorders such as Meniere's disease, BPPV, and labyrinthitis. Symptoms of vestibular disorders may include dizziness, imbalance, vertigo, nausea, and fuzzy vision and may be accompanied by hearing problems.