EHDI Resources for Amplification
20/20 Hearing’s mission to raise awareness about hearing loss, provide financial support to those unable to afford hearing care and participate in missions to bring hearing care to those without access to it.
AG Bell offers scholarships that can assist families.
AUDIENT helps low income people nationwide access quality hearing aids and related care at a significantly lower cost.
First Hand Foundation is a nonprofit organization that helps children with health-related needs when insurance and other financial resources have been exhausted. Their mission is to directly impact the health status of a young life.
GA HALB provides temporary hearing aids for children, birth through 36 months, who are in need of temporary hearing aids. The hearing aid(s) will be loaned on a one time basis per child and includes one earmold per hearing aid. There are no financial eligibility requirements of the family and the term of the loan is for 6 months.
The Lighthouse Foundation Pediatric Hearing Program includes all children from birth through 19 years old who are not covered by Georgia PeachCare, Right from the Start Medicaid, or private insurance and whose families make less than 400% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. The program covers up to two (2) new digital hearing aids or Ponto Soft Band processor, nine (9) appointments with a partner audiologist, and either six (6) or twelve (12) earmolds depending on hearing loss.
Supported by Job's Daughters International, the HIKE Fund provides hearing devices for children with hearing loss between the ages of newborn and twenty years whose parents are unable to meet this special need financially. Approximately 100 children are provided with hearing devices each year through this fund.
Miracle-Ear helps under-served children and adults with hearing loss and giving them the gift of sound.
Hear Now is a national non-profit program committed to assisting low income individuals permanently residing the in the U.S. who are deaf or hard of hearing and have no other resources to acquire hearing aids.
The Travelers Protective Association of America established the TPA Scholarship Trust for the Hearing Impaired to provide financial aid to children and adults who suffer deafness or hearing impairment and who need assistance in obtaining mechanical devices, medical or specialized treatment or specialized education as well as speech classes, note takers, interpreters, etc. and in other areas of need that are directly related to hearing impairment.
UHCCF grants provide financial help/assistance for families with children that have medical needs not covered or not fully covered by their commercial health insurance plan. The Foundation aims to fill the gap between what medical services/items a child needs and what their commercial health benefit plan will pay for.
Last Updated 6/9/2016