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Hearing Aids Financial Resources

Better Hearing Institute compiled these resources. Each organization has different requirements for hearing aid financial assistance eligibility, including age and geographic location. Visit each of the following organization’s linked sites for more information.

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Center for Hearing and Communication – OTC Hearing Aid Info
Cerner Charitable Foundation
Easter Seals Midwest
Hearing Charities of America
Heartspring – Wichita
Miracle Ear Children’s Foundation
Sertoma International

The Jones Foundation may provide assistance covering medical, dental, and vision expenses for children up to age 21 living in Coffey, Lyon, or Osage County. Call 620-342-1714.

Jacob’s Ride for Hearing Cochlear Implant Assistance Program may provide funding for children under 18 years old who qualify under extensive criteria.

AG Bell Parent & Infant Financial Aid Program for birth through age 3 diagnosed with moderately-severe to profound hearing loss and who are in pursuit of a spoken language outcome.

Heartspring Hearing Aid Resource Fund offer up to $5,000 per child up to 21 for hearing aids dispensed by a Heartspring Audiologist, based on available funds. Other financial assistance may be included for therapies. To begin, call the Diane Ellis Pediatric Hearing Clinic in Wichita at 316-634-8710 and ask for “Scheduling” for their hearing aid resource program.

The Hike Fund, Inc. (Hearing Improvement Kids Endowment Fund, Inc.) 

Kansas State School for the Blind

1100 State Avenue, Kansas City, KS 66102
(913) 305-3000

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