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Congress passes OTC hearing aid bill

What you need to know The over-the-counter hearing aid bill that passed in the Senate recently is making quite a stir in audiological, hearing aid industry, and consumer circles. If signed into law, it will clear the way for the FDA to designate a new category of “basic” hearing aids that will be available to […]

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Become a mentor for a child with hearing loss

Announcing CHC’s new mentor program Perhaps you recall a person with hearing loss in your life who served as a mentor or role model – someone who helped instill a sense that you could accomplish anything you set your mind to. Here’s an opportunity to give back and be that person for a new generation […]

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Free Transportation for Seniors in Manhattan

Project CART Did you know the New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc., offers a DFTA-funded transportation program for adults 60+, including those in wheelchairs? It’s called Project CART, which stands for Community Arranged Resident Transportation. We think it’s a service Manhattan seniors could really benefit from so we’re helping to get the word out. […]

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