We strive to keep our site as informative as possible, but you might be interested in learning a little more. Feel free to browse the list below for links to useful websites related to hearing loss. Whether you want information on hearing aids or more in-depth explanations of hearing loss and hearing disorders, these sites are helpful resources for navigating the world of audiology.
Healthy Hearing is a major online resource for hearing health. This site provides facts on hearing loss and tinnitus. You’ll also find helpful information on hearing aids and how to help friends and family members approach their hearing impairment.
This site includes information on auditory processing disorders provided by the National Coalition of Auditory Processing Disorders (NCAPD). You’ll learn about the symptoms and causes of this condition. Also, Dr. Jay R. Lucker, president and co-founder of NCAPD, discusses the need to examine auditory, language, cognitive, and emotional factors in the detection and treatment of auditory processing disorders.
The American Academy of Audiology is the world’s largest organization of audiologists. On this site you’ll find information on hearing loss and hearing aids. You can also browse current research and learn about exciting new developments in the field of audiology.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is comprised of audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. On this site you’ll find in-depth information on hearing loss, as well as other communication disorders, current research, and helpful suggestions for treatment and living with hearing loss.