Serving Patients in San Diego, CA, San Marcos, CA and La Jolla, CA
Siemens – Siemens offers a broad range of hearing aids for every lifestyle and all configurations of hearing loss, including completely invisible, waterproof, and rechargeable hearing aids, and wireless solutions that connect hearing aids wirelessly to mobile phones, TVs, MP3 players, and other audio devices.
Oticon – People First, Oticon was founded on a compassion for people — and a deep understanding of the role that hearing plays in living a richer and fuller life. More than a century later, compassion continues to guide our innovation and drive our business through the unique corporate structure that guides Oticon.
Starkey – The world’s largest manufacturer of hearing instruments, published this site to answer basic questions and dispel the myths that continue to make seeking treatment something of a stigma. Hopefully it provides information that will empower you, or someone close to you, to consult with a hearing professional to learn even more.
Widex – High Definition – Committed to giving people with hearing loss a better quality of life – through research, development and production of hearing aids as well as through comprehensive information. This has made Widex a world leader in digital hearing aid manufacturing.
Phonak – Life is On, Link to consumer site for information about Phonak hearing aids.
Resound -Our mission is to bring the happiness of hearing to those with hearing loss.
Unitron – Hearing Matters. Our experts draw on the research power of the Sonova Group and develop our proprietary technologies on the world’s most sophisticated platform.
Sonic Innovations– At Sonic, we appreciate the value of hearing and seek to help people find the greatest enjoyment from it. We envision a world where all people can enjoy the sounds that enrich everyday life
The League for the Hard of Hearing – The League for the Hard of Hearing was founded in 1910 and is a private not-for-profit rehabilitation agency for infants, children and adults who are hard of hearing and deaf.
Better Hearing Institute – For 33 years the Better Hearing Institute (BHI), a not-for-profit organization, has educated the public and medical profession on hearing loss and its treatment. BHI offers a wealth of information on hearing loss, hearing solutions and hearing loss prevention; free consumer guides on better hearing, hearing aids, resources for people with hearing loss, as well as a parent’s guide to their child’s hearing.
American Tinnitus Association – Currently, there is no cure for tinnitus but you can help us reach that ultimate goal of silence by supporting ATA’s research grant program. ATA gives you the ability to invest in the collective goal of silencing ringing in the ears.
Healthy Hearing – Your hearing aid information source.
Hearing Loss Network – The Hearing Loss Association of California (HLA-CA) is a 501(c)(3) exempt organization that provides information, education, support and advocacy for people with hearing loss, their families, and friends.
John Tracy Clinic – The leading diagnostic and education center for young children with hearing loss in Los Angeles. Monetary and hearing aid donations are appreciated.
Hear Now Foundation – Hear Now is committed to assisting U.S. residents with hearing loss, who have no resources to acquire hearing aids. Starkey Hearing Foundation provides the hearing aids and runs the program, but we count on the generosity of Hear Now providers and donors across the country to ensure its success.
Ear of the Lion – Through the Affordable Hearing Aid Project, Lions are reaching hearing-impaired people of limited income in almost every community in the United States. AHAP’s continuum of care model involves providing high-quality, low-cost hearing aids as well as services of hearing care professionals.
Hear the World Foundation – With the non-profit Hear the World Foundation, Sonova/Phonak advocates equal opportunities and improved quality of life for people with hearing loss around the world.