Text with 9-1-1 is a free service that enables deaf, deafened, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired persons to communicate with 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency. Sign Up!Read more » "T-911"
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Learn more about how we hear, including how the ear works, types and causes of hearing loss, how to protect yourself from noise-induced hearing loss, and more!Read more » "Basic Facts"
Information about the types of hearing loss, the causes and what you can expect for treatment.Read more » "Types, Cause & Treatment"
Some forms of hearing loss are hereditary and cannot be prevented, but some forms are hearing loss are preventable. Learn more about how to protect your hearing!Read more » "Prevention & Hearing Loss"
Living with a hearing loss is a constant, never-ending challenge. Learning to live with a hearing loss takes time and it requires effort and persistence.Read more » "Living with Hearing Loss"
Most parents of children with hearing loss never expected that their child would be hard of hearing or deaf. Learn more about what resources are available for parents of children with hearing loss.Read more » "Parents"
Veterans are transitioning from service to civilian life, but there are resources available to help.Read more » "Veterans"
Hearing loss doesn’t just affect you, it affects your family, friends, colleagues and just about anyone you communicate with. Learn how hearing aids can help!Read more » "Hearing Aids"
Learn more about how Assistive Listening devices and systems can be obtained from distributors and retailers.Read more » "Hearing Assistive Technology"
Learn how to advocate for your hearing needs, and how to ask for accommodations at work!Read more » "Self Advocacy"
A cochlear implant is a medical device to improve hearing. It helps people who have a significant hearing loss and who cannot benefit from regular hearing aids.Read more » "Cochlear Implants"
Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page to see the most commonly asked questions from CHHA’s members and their answers, and learn about common hearing related terms.Read more » "Frequently Asked Questions"