Cochlear Implant Online
This website highlights all aspects of the cochlear implant, which includes blogs by those who wrote about their experiences with the cochlear implant. This is a very informative website that should be visited by all persons who are seeking a cochlear implant for their child or themselves.
Cochlear Implant Awareness Foundation
"The Cochlear Implant Awareness Foundation exists to provide information, resources, and support to persons who may be eligible for this life-changing technology."
INDATA: Indiana Assistive Technology Act
"Since 1979, Easter Seals Crossroads has been Indiana's premier provider of Assistive Technology Services. These clinical services are available statewide and are the hallmark of our program. In October 2007, Easter Seals Crossroads was awarded the Indiana Assistive Technology grant (INDATA), which consists of federal funding targeted to increase the availability of assistive technology to Hoosiers with disabilities. These services are available throughout the state of Indiana at no charge."
Indiana Lions Speech & Hearing, Inc.
"The objects of the Organization are the conservation and restoration of human hearing, the prevention of speech and hearing disorders, the support of research into the treatment and prevention of speech and hearing disorders, and assistance in eliminating communication barriers for those persons afflicted with speech and hearing disorders."
Let Them Hear Foundation
“Helps hearing-impaired individuals to H.E.A.R., specifically those lacking adequate access to funding and healthcare resources.” “A nationwide Advocacy Program to assist you in appealing an insurance denial. The specific services we provide appeal support for are: cochlear implants (single or bilateral), Bone-Anchored Hearing Appliance implantation for children with conductive losses only, atresia repair, and microtia reconstruction."
Hear Care Connection of Fort Wayne, IN
"HearCare Connection is committed to providing the Gift of Hearing to children and adults who cannot afford it traditionally. Typically this means they are uninsured or underinsured with little or no hearing benefits. Patients must meet a certain financial criteria to become a patient. To qualify, your household size and annual income cannot exceed 250% of the Federal Poverty Guideline."