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Hearing Resources

Hearing Loss Technology

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Adult Loss Of Hearing Association (ALOHA)

4001 E. Fort Lowell Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85712

(520) 795-9887

Email: info@alohaaz.org

http://alohaaz.org/

  • Low Income
  • Spanish Services

description
1. Weekly and monthly peer discussions both in person and on Zoom. Zoom captioning is used for all meetings—Call 520-795-9887 for a Calendar of Events.
2. One-on-one Demonstrations of Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs).
3. How to apply for hearing aids for low income.
4. FREE hearing aid supplies at the ALOHA office - batteries, a variety of ear tips/domes in a wide range of sizes, and all sorts of receiver wax guards (some brand-specific.)
5. Hospital Packets at the ALOHA office - "Take-along" packets contain items you may need when visiting a hospital, urgent care center, a doctor, or anywhere you would like help communicating. The packet includes a clear mask made by ALOHA volunteers.

service area
Green Valley,Oro Valley,Sierra Vista,Tucson

business hours
Tues-Wed-Thurs, 10 AM to 4 PM, Phone and Email only

costs
Since we are a non-profit, we do not charge for our services. For items such as our "Take-Along/Hospital Packets" that we put together, donations are graciously accepted but never required.

Advanced Bionics

Sonova
Cochlear Implant Support

(866) 844-4327

Email: hear@AdvancedBionics.com

http://www.advancedbionics.com/

  • ALTCS
  • Low Income
  • Spanish Services

description
We support those who have a significant hearing loss and no longer benefit from hearing aids. You can schedule a meeting to learn about cochlear implants, how they are different from hearing aids, and which Audiologist in the city can determine if they're candidates for the cochlear implant.

service area
Tucson

business hours
M - F 8:00 - 5:00

costs
Cost is dependent on insurance type and can be discussed during an in-person meeting.

Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

100 N. 15th Ave., Ste. 104
Phoenix, AZ 85007

(602) 542-3323 | TTY: (602) 364-0990 | V/TTY: (800) 352-8161

Fax: (602) 364-0581

Email: info@acdhh.az.gov

http://www.acdhh.org/

description
Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides telecommunication devices at no cost to Arizona residents who have hearing loss, are deaf, or are speech-impaired. The equipment available includes volume control telephones, captioned telephones, voice amplifiers, signaling/flashing devices, T-coils, and more. Call for an application packet and catalog of products.

service area
Phoenix

business hours
M - F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Arizona Relay Service (AZRS)

635 S. Ellis St., #2094
Chandler, AZ 85224

( 7-1-1) | (520) 277-7278 | TTY (800) 676-3777

Email: accessibility@sprint.com

http://www.azrelay.org/

  • Spanish Services

description
Arizona Relay Service (AZRS) is a public service that makes communication by telephone easy and accessible for the deaf, hard of hearing, or have difficulty speaking.

service area
Phoenix

CaptionCall

Sorenson Communication/CaptionCall

PO Box 68117
Tucson, AZ 85737

(877) 557-2227

Email: support@captioncall.com

http://www.captioncall.com

  • Low Income
  • Spanish Services

description
CaptionCall's no-cost service is for people with hearing loss who need captions to use the phone effectively. Also available are apps on their mobile phone and iPad. For more information, email jesbit@captioncall.com or by visiting http://www.captioncall.com Code: 1615773

service area
Tucson

costs
No - Cost: As a provision of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the U.S. federal government established a fund to give individuals with hearing loss access to captioned telephone service at no cost. This captioning service is administered by the FCC, using funds from surcharges on all telephone bills, so if you’ve paid a phone bill, you’ve already contributed to this important service

Community Outreach Program for the Deaf (COPD)

268 W. Adams St.
Tucson, AZ 85705

(520) 792-1906

Fax: (520) 770-8544

http://www.copdaz.org/

description
Community Outreach Program for the Deaf (COPD) provides hearing screenings and other services for people who are deaf, hard of hearing or losing their hearing. Advocacy, Vocational, and Counseling services are available.

business hours
M - F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Grace Hearing Center

2919 E. Broadway Blvd., Ste 110
Tucson, AZ 85716

(520) 468-9976

Email: gracehearing@hearintucson.com

https://gracehearing.org/

  • Low Income
  • Spanish Services

description
Grace Hearing Center provides the Gift of Hearing to the under-served and under-insured men, women, and children in the greater Tucson area. We work closely with primary care physicians and treat individuals from newborns to seniors. We fit donated hearing aids and provide testing on a sliding fee schedule that also incorporates our "Giving Circle" of volunteer hours to local nonprofits in place of monetary means to help our community.

service area
Tucson

business hours
By appointment only

costs
Sliding fee schedule along with volunteer hour requests to Southern Arizona nonprofits

University of Arizona - Hearing Clinic

description
University of Arizona - Hearing Clinic provides hearing clinics, speech and language clinics, and outreach and resources to individuals with hearing loss. For more information, please visit our website.

business hours
M - F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

costs
YOUR COSTS:

Our Professional Fee: These fees are standard and are the same no matter your choice of hearing aid:

One hearing aid - $600
Two hearing aids - $1000
Cost of the Hearing Device: You will be charged the manufacturer’s invoice price of the hearing aid, plus an amount to cover shipping and processing. This cost ranges from approximately $450 to $2100 per hearing aid, depending on selected devices.

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