Self Help for Hard of Hearing People, Inc., founded in 1979, is a consumer, educational organization devoted to the welfare and interests of those who cannot hear well, their relatives and friends. SHHH has 12,000 National members and 9,000 chapter members in all 50 states.
We believe that it takes more than technology to create the best hearing care solution. That's why we put the individual needs and wishes of the hard-of-hearing first in our development of new hearing care solutions. Because hearing care professionals are the key to ensuring that the optimum solution reaches those who need it, they are also the key to our success.
SeboTek is committed to providing answers for the unreached hearing impaired. We manufacture quality sound products that are simple to demonstrate, fit, and maintain. With sophisticated circuitry and unique, patented designs, we believe that our products are a step above conventional systems . . . a step that Brings Color to Sound!
SONIC innovations has become the fastest growing hearing aid company in the world. Through the development and use of the smallest single chip DSP platform ever installed in a hearing aid, we bring to the market small, comfortable and reliable hearing aids.
Starkey Laboratories, the worlds largest manufacturer of hearing instruments, published this site to answer basic questions and dispel the myths that continue to make seeking treatment something of a stigma. Hopefully it provides information that will empower you, or someone close to you, to consult with a hearing professional to learn even more.
Unitron Hearing U.S. is an ISO registered, custom manufacturing facility. Our team pays close attention to your individual order from the shell lab through assembly to final computerized quality testing. Your Unitron Hearing regional sales manager is your face-to-face resource for learning about new product innovations, while our inside sales representatives provide over-the-phone support.
At Widex, we are committed to giving people with hearing loss a better quality of life through research, development and production of hearing aids as well as through comprehensive information. This has made Widex a world leader in digital hearing aid manufacturing.
The School of Speech Pathology and Audiology at Kent State University offers degree programs at the undergraduate, master's, and doctoral levels. The program began granting degrees in the 1940s and currently has more than 1,300 alumni.