Hearing Aids

This section of Info to Go includes information about types of hearing aids, benefits from hearing aids, and maintenance of hearing aids.

About Hearing Aids (Clerc Center)

This document, developed at the Clerc Center, discusses what to expect from a hearing aid and information about troubleshooting hearing aids.

Hearing Aids (AG Bell)

This section of the Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center on the Alexander Graham Bell Association (AG Bell) website provides information about how a hearing aid works, types of hearing aids, and use of a hearing aid.

Hearing Aids (ASHA)

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association website discusses the various styles of hearing aids and issues related to their care and maintenance.

Hearing Aid Choices (Boys Town)

A component of the family focused website, My Baby’s Hearing from the Boys Town National Research Hospital, addresses different styles of hearing aids, how they work, and how to evaluate hearing aids with children. This information is also available in Spanish

Hearing Aid Listening Check (NCHAM)

This video provides instructions for parents, teachers, and early interventionists about how to check and monitor hearing aid function. The video is available with captioning and available in English and Spanish. An accompanying written handout is also available.

Overview of Hearing Aids (NIDCD)

Webpages from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) answer various questions about the use of hearing aids.

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