All Ear Plugs
American Academy of Audiology
American Tinnitus Association
BUY QUIET – http://blogs.cdc.gov/niosh-science-blog/2011/11/buy-quiet/ NIOSH leads efforts to promote Buy-Quiet initiatives including the development of a Power Tools Database to make noise data available to tool buyers, users, and manufacturers of powered hand tools. NIOSH Power Tools Database This database of commonly used power tools contains such information as sound power levels, sound pressure level and downloadable exposure files. http://wwwn.cdc.gov/niosh-sound-vibration/
Children and Noise – AAC
Cincinnati – HEAR THIS
Grades 3-6 – health-Science – HEAR THIS Lessons
Cochlear Implant Association, Inc. (CIAI)
Deafness Research Foundation – Nat’l Campaign for Hearing Health
Deafwebsites – http://www.deafwebsites.com/
Department of Defense HEARING CENTER OF EXCELLENCE - The Hearing Center of Excellence (HCE) hopes to reduce the tangible and intangible costs of hearing loss and auditory injury, enhance readiness and improve the quality of life of American military personnel and veterans. http://hearing.health.mil/Home.aspx
E-A-R Hearing Conservation – articles
A great resource list of acticles (including the articles) to answer frequently asked questions.
Ear Help – Britian
Health Communication Network
Consumer Guides for Hearing Healthcare.
This International web site has been established to increase public awareness of hearing impairment.
Hearing Health Magazine
Hearing Protection for Kids
Hearing Regeneration Initiative – University of Washington
HEARnet – Australian Hearing Education and Research Network (HEARnet) is a not-for-profit website created by the HEARing CRC for health professionals, researchers and anyone interested in better hearing. www.hearnet.org.au
iHearYa – Hearing Foundation of Canada www.ihearya.org/
It’s a Noisy Planet – Protect Their Hearing – NIDCD http://www.noisyplanet.nidcd.nih.gov/
League for the Hard of Hearing
Listen Up! Pindrop Foundation of New Zealand http://www.listenup.co.nz/
Music in Motion
Music education resources for all ages. Includes articles on noise induced hearing loss and information for musicians.
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
CDC-DASH – Health Topics Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Promoting Hearing Health Among Youth
National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research
National Hearing Conservation Association
National Organization for Hearing Research Foundation www.nohrfoundation.org
Oregon Brainstorms Partnership
See – Unit 1, Lesson 4: Hearing
Oregon Hearing Research Center
Oregon Prevention Research Center
OPRC – Center for Health Communities is in the Public Health Dept at OHSU. They have funded the Dangerous Decibels projects involving the tribal communities of the northwest. The Center for Healthy Communities is funded through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Grant number 1 U48 DP000024-02.
Rotarians for Hearing Regeneration
Hearing Loss Association of America
A fun multi-sensory exhibition for children and adults that lets you see, feel, and hear sounds. Are you as loud as a howler monkey? Find out in the Scream Chamber. Learn how we hear, and discover how well you can listen. Available as a rental.
Streaming video – Teaching Kids About Science While Teaching Scientists About Kids
An OHSU Dangerous Decibels outreach event, July 28, 2005 presented to scientists and high school students. Drs. Martin and Hudspeth demonstrate various ways to present science to kids – a talk, hands on activites, and museum exhibit.
The Hearing Foundation of Canada
University of Washington Dizziness and Balance Center
Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center
Wise Ears – National Institutes of Health
The Hearing Video produced by the Workers Compensation Board of British Columbia Canada is an excellent addition to any hearing loss prevention program.