American Academy of Audiology: Professional organization of audiologists.
American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA): The professional, scientific and credentialing association who are audiologists and speech-language pathologists.
Academy of Doctors of Audiology: Professional organization of audiologists.
Canine Companions for Independence: A non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.
Coalition for Global Hearing Health: Works to improve health and awareness in the community.
College Advice for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students: Career Paths, Accessibility Tips and Resources for Success for Students.
Complete Guide for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Students: Another great resource for tips and success for Students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Customizing a Home for Deaf or Hard of Hearing: Tips and recommendations on making homes more accessible and deaf or hard of hearing-friendly. Includes information about structural changes, lighting, sound, décor, and technology. Compiled for consideration by families and households with deaf or hard of hearing members, including children.
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Access Program: Works with the Oregon Department of Human Resources to provide technical assistance in the area of communication accessibility for hard of hearing and deaf people
Dogs for the Deaf: Professionally trained rescued dogs to help people and enhance lives.
Hearing Assistive Technology: Hearing assistive technology helps you hear at home, school, and work.
Hearing Loss Association: Provides resources and assistance for people with hearing loss and their families to learn how to adjust to living with hearing loss.
Employment Opportunities for Individuals with Hearing Impairments: On top of all the other difficulties, hearing impairments can bring on many challenges for those who are seeking jobs. This has some great resources for the hard of hearing which can help make it a little easier. From some disability specific jobs to protections and accommodations if you are employed. This article has outlined it all.
Loop America: A company that is dedicated to enhancing the listening experience of hearing aid users by providing induction hearing loop products.
National Institute on Deafness (NIDCD): Is one of the institutes that make up the National Institutes of Health. NIDCD supports and conducts research and distributes information to improve the lives of millions of individuals with communication disorders.
Open Captioned Movies: A source to find captioned movies playing in your area or theaters.
Oregon Telephone Relay Service: A free service that allows people using TTY’s to call people who don’t have a TTY. It also allows people who don’t have a TTY to call someone who does.
Hearing Loss & Smokers: Supporting the hearing impaired become smoke-free and leading healthier lives.
Sam Simon Foundation Hearing Dog Program: They rescue animals from animal shelters and humane societies and train them to become hearing dogs.
Supporting Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students: Tools, Technology and Key Resources to Cultivate Academic Success.
Telecommunication Devices Access Program: Provides special phone equipment for people who have hearing, speech or mobility impairments.
Veteran’s Choice Program: This program will make it possible for Veteran’s facing long waiting times to receive the care they need from a non-VA health care provider in their community.
Veteran Services: The Benton County Veterans Service Office ensures that each veteran receives the maximum VA benefits (compensation, pension, and other entitlements) to which they may be entitled.
Vocational Rehabilitation: Works with people with disabilities to find employment opportunities, obtain training as needed to become employable and in helping them overcome obstacles in the workplace.