Other Websites:

  • – Neil Bauman is a hearing loss coping skills expert. This website has many informative articles on hearing loss issues.
  • – A museum chronicling the development of hearing aids from 1800s to the present.
  • – Wavefront Centre for Communication Accessibility (formerly the Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing WIDHH) , a Vancouver based registered charity provides a variety of services to British Columbians.
  • – a very informative site with lots of current info related to hearing loss; always being updated. Gael Hannan is an editor and frequent contributor.
  • – Formerly CHIP (Communicaid for Hearing Impaired Persons) it became Hear Entendre Québec in September 2019). Since 1979 it has been the only Montreal based non-profit organization that offers programs and services to Anglophones affected by hearing loss.
  • – a hearing and speech clinic as well as a Tinnitus & Hyperacusis clinic.
  • – Clinic at St Paul’s Hospital that provides therapy to people who suffer from tinnitus and/or hyperacusis (sound intolerance).
  • – The Hearing Foundation of Canada is a national non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating the devastating effects of hearing loss on Canadians by promoting prevention, early diagnosis, leading edge medical research and successful intervention. This site has a lot of good information.
  • -The Torment of Tinnitus By Wendy Haaf: Constant ringing in the ears can be much more than a simple irritant, but there are solutions.