In addition to considering financial assistance, you may be interested in more information about hearing loss and its effect on an individual's life. The organizations listed below serve this group of individuals. The Louise Tumarkin Zazove Foundation does not promote any one of these organizations over another.
Information about accommodations and other specifics for those with hearing loss who take on-line courses.
Website that provides information, including a guide to financial aid for students with disabilities. It includes resources such as:
Website and guide that provides information about multiple financial aid options for students with hearing loss and other disabilities. Key elements: comprehensive review of all of the scholarships available; amounts awarded and deadlines for each; debt-forgiveness options for those who acquired a disability post-graduation.
A lifelong resource, support network, and advocate for listening, learning, talking, and living independently with hearing loss. Through publications, advocacy, training, scholarships, and financial aid, A G Bell promotes the use of spoken language and hearing technology. The association also provides scholarships.
ALDA works collaboratively with other organizations around the world serving the needs of late-deafened people.
Provides information, promotes advocacy and mentorship, and creates a network for individuals with hearing loss interested in or working in health care fields.
Provides an overview of assistive technologies and accommodations that are available for people with all types of disabilities, including hearing loss.
Provides great tips for students with hearing loss who are in college, including types of accommodations, scholarships, apps, and similar. BestColleges.com is dedicated to helping students find the school that best meets their needs.
Your resource for information on deafness, deaf culture, American Sign Language (ASL), and related topics. Whether you are a deaf person or someone with hearing loss, looking for other individuals in your area, or you just want to learn about deaf culture or deaf society, our resources on deafness are for you.
Your center for deaf awareness, deaf culture, and deaf resources. Many deaf sites exist for those with a hearing loss and that includes a means for deaf people to receive deaf world news, review deaf events in Maryland, deaf events NYC or deaf events Bay Area, connect with deaf groups, create a deaf directory, find deaf resources, find a deaf chat online website, a deaf website and so much more.
The world leader in liberal education and career development for deaf and hard-of-hearing undergraduate students. The University enjoys an international reputation for the outstanding graduate programs it provides deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing students, as well as for the quality of the research it conducts on the history, language, culture, and other topics related to deaf people.
Provides support in multiple ways, including teacher training support, hearing aid distribution, consultations, and research. The focus of the foundation is international, to help deaf children around the world succeed.
Ensures equal access of the deaf and hard of hearing community to the same opportunities afforded their hearing counterparts. The organization’s general purposes and powers are directed around the promotion of the social, recreational, cultural, educational, and vocational well-being of its constituents.
The nation's largest organization for people with hearing loss. It exists to open the world of communication for people with hearing loss through information, education, advocacy, and support.
The world's first and largest technological college for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. One of the unique features of RIT/NTID is that more than 1,100 deaf and hard of hearing students study, share residence halls and enjoy social life together with more than 14,000 hearing students.
Conducts and supports biomedical and behavioral research and research training in the normal and disordered processes of hearing, balance, smell, taste, voice, speech, and language. The Institute also conducts and supports research and research training related to disease prevention and health promotion; addresses special biomedical and behavioral problems associated with people who have communication impairments or disorders; and supports efforts to create devices which substitute for lost and impaired sensory and communication function.
Promotes, protects, and preserves the rights and quality of life of deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the United States of America.
$1000 scholarships for undergraduate students pursuing a four year degree are available through Sertoma International.
The national collaboration of the four Regional Postsecondary Education Centers for Individuals who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. The Centers are supported by contracts with the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services. The goal of PEPNet is to assist postsecondary institutions across the nation to attract and effectively serve individuals who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
Provides financial aid to people with hearing loss who need assistance in getting devices, medical or specialized treatment or specialized education, speech classes, note takers, interpreters, and other areas of need directly related to hearing impairment.