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Lions Clubs International Foundation/Rexton Program for Low-Cost Digital Hearing Aids

Lions Clubs International Foundation/Rexton Program for Low-Cost Digital Hearing Aids Editor: The Lions have long been supporters of folks with hearing loss, and have been offering hearing aid assistance for many years. Here’s an update on a program they’re conducting in cooperation with Rexton. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF), in partnership with Rexton, Inc., is offering two digital ...

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HLAA Convention: How to Pay for Hearing Aids

HLAA Convention: How to Pay for Hearing Aids By Bonnie O’Leary Editor: I get lots of calls and emails from people looking for help and information related to hearing loss. By far the most frequent question is how to get help paying for hearing aids. This HLAA Convention workshop presented by Lise Hamlin addresses that issue. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This popular break-out ...

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Hearing Healthcare Reform: Making Hearing Aids Affordable

Hearing Healthcare Reform: Making Hearing Aids Affordable February 2011 Two Colorado women, Laura Smallen and Maureen Keene, are leading healthcare reform in the hearing aid industry through an innovative company called Hearing Care Solutions. Ms. Smallen and Ms. Keene believe hearing aids are simply too expensive and have designed a business to make them more affordable. After working with hearing ...

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HLAA Tries To Make Hearing Aids More Affordable

HLAA Tries To Make Hearing Aids More Affordable May 2011 HLAA has long fought to address the number one issue for people with hearing loss – making hearing aids affordable. When people cannot afford hearing aids it impacts their work and earning potential, relationships, education opportunities, and their ability to participate socially. Unlike other health concerns, hearing loss is still ...

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UW-Madison program provides reconditioned hearing aids

UW-Madison program provides reconditioned hearing aids September 2011 A hearing aid recycling program that helps provide services to low-income individuals is under way, led by the University of Wisconsin-MadisonDepartment of Communicative Disorders. “There are many people who need hearing aids who cannot afford them. Our program can help,” says Melanie Buhr-Lawler, audiologist and clinical associate professor in the department who ...

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Health Insurer to Provide Reduced Cost Hearing Aids

Health Insurer to Provide Reduced Cost Hearing Aids October 2011 hi HealthInnovations(tm), a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) company, today launched a suite of high tech, lower cost hearing devices for the 36 million Americans with hearing loss. An estimated 75 percent of people who can benefit from hearing devices don’t use them, largely due to the high cost. To view ...

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General Hearing Instruments Offers Hearing Aids Online

General Hearing Instruments Offers Hearing Aids Online February 2013 General Hearing Instruments, Inc., the nation’s top manufacturer for direct to consumer hearing aids, has announced the formation of a new distribution model to sell their products online. The Louisiana-based company will be partnering with retail giants to provide their customers with a convenient, reliable purchasing experience. For people suffering from ...

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Doctor creates affordable hearing aids costing less than $200

Doctor creates affordable hearing aids costing less than $200 Editor: I’ve long been a proponent of less expensive and more readily-available hearing aids. So I’m thrilled to see an inexpensive aid that appears to meet those desires. Here’s a press release from the folks at MDHearingAid. [Full Disclosure: MDHearingAid Advertises with Hearing Loss Web.] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ March 2010 MDHearingAid, Inc., a ...

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