News Articles

A variety of articles in local and national publications have featured AUDIENT or included our information as a resource for low income families in need of hearing care. We're also honored to be included as a resource on the websites of hearing advocacy and governmental health groups across the country.

Title/Source Author/Date
"Hearing Help" series
Advance for Audiologists
•  January-February 2008 (PDF | 186 KB)
•  March-April 2008 (PDF | 191 KB)
•  May-June 2008 (PDF | 178 KB)
•  July-August 2008 (PDF | 173 KB)
•  September-October 2008 (PDF | 200 KB)
•  November-December 2008 (PDF | 165 KB)
2008
"Good Vibrations"
US News and World Report
Avery Comarow
May 14, 2006
Communication Matters: Volume 7, Issue 9 (PDF)
Michigan Rehabilitation Services
August 2007
"New, Non-Profit Program Offers Access to
Affordable Hearing Care"

Audiology Online
September 24, 2005
Letters (PDF)
ALDA-GS News
Association of Late-Deafened Adults - Garden State
Spring 2008
Community Review: Volume 2, Number 5 (.txt)
Washington State Office of Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Winter 2005
Fall Newsletter (PDF)
AVA Hearing Center
Grand Rapids, MI
November 2006
"A Good Position"
The Hearing Review
March/April 2007
"Lions Club/Rexton Hearing Aids"
Northern Virginia Resource Center
for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons
Spring 2008
"Resources" (PDF)
Outreach Services
Indiana School for the Deaf
December 2008
Audiology
pg. 321
(book)
Michael Valente,
Holly Hosford-Dunn,
Ross J. Roeser
Advocacy & Governmental Groups Referencing AUDIENT
The Alexander Graham Bell Association
for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
American Society for Deaf Children
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
Bremen Public Schools
Bremen, Indiana
Central/Western Nebraska Partnership
for Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
The Columbia Hearing Centers
Spokane, Washington
Delaware Audiology Center
Buffalo, New York
DHHS Hearing Aid Information Series
Minnesota Department of Human Services Online
Disability Compass
Hard of Hearing Advocates
Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults
The Independent Living Center, Inc. (TILC)
of Southwest Missouri
Institute on Disabilities
Temple University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services
Maine Department of Labor
Maryland Office of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Maryland Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research
Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation
State of Iowa: Official Website
State of New Jersey: Official Website
Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Updated March 16, 2009