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Helix Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire National Ear Care Plan

December 10, 2001

MONTREAL - Helix Hearing Care of America Corp. (TSE: HCA) announced that it has signed and closed a definitive Stock Purchase Agreement to acquire Auxiliary Health Benefits Corporation, doing business...   Read More


Subaru of America Contributes $5,000 to American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation's Minority Scholarship Fund

December 6, 2001

(ROCKVILLE, MD-2001) The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHFoundation) today announced that Subaru of America, Inc., has contributed $5,000 to support the Foundation's Minority Graduate...   Read More


Aegis Group Offers Industry Expertise with Individualized Approach

December 6, 2001

Offering consulting services to private practitioners, hearing product manufacturers and cooperatives, the Aegis Group is the hearing professional's partner in practice. Created by industry veteran Ra...   Read More


''Interton Acquires Authorized Hearing Systems' U.S. Hearing Aid Operation''

December 5, 2001

Minneapolis, MN—The needs for sophisticated advances in hearing aid products that perform consistently and meet stringent specifications dictated the combining of resources and services that onl...   Read More


New Scholarship for AuD Students

December 3, 2001

West Lafayette, IN - The Audiology Foundation of America proudly announces a new scholarship for AuD students. The Outstanding AuD Student Award will replace the AFA's Alliance Fund Fellowship Award....   Read More


Cochlear Corporation Renews Support of the National Campaign for Hearing Health

November 27, 2001

Organizations Advocate For Cochlear Implant Reimbursement WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Deafness Research Foundation (DRF) announced today that Cochlear Corporation, manufacturer of the Nucleus® cochlear...   Read More


Donna Sorkin Joins Cochlear Corporation as Consumer Affairs Vice President

November 21, 2001

DENVER - Cochlear Corporation announced today that Donna Sorkin will join the company as Vice President, Consumer Affairs beginning in December 2001. Sorkin will be responsible for advocacy and educat...   Read More


Siemens Helps Hearing Health Care Professionals Take Their First Step Toward More Office Efficiency

November 16, 2001

Siemens Hearing Solutions introduces the Practice Navigator™ FirstStep™ edition, a NEW and completely free office management software system for Hearing Health Care Professionals. FirstSte...   Read More


Student Newsletter Available Online

November 13, 2001

Are there other professions that are experiencing changes similar to those which Audiology has experienced? What options do recent graduates with a Master's degree in Audiology have, if they want to p...   Read More


HUD Awards Over $67 Million to Protect Children from Dangerous Lead and Other Environmental Hazards

November 12, 2001

WASHINGTON/PRNewswire/ -- Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez today announced over $67 million in grants aimed at protecting children in low-income households from lead-based paint an...   Read More


Wynd Communications Selected as the Official Wireless Service Provider of the National Campaign for Hearing Health

November 6, 2001

New Alliance Raises the Awareness of Communications Options for People With Moderate-to-Severe Hearing Loss Wynd Communications Corporation (a GoAmerica, Inc company)(NASDAQ: GOAM), the nation's leadi...   Read More


Bio-logic's Ear Muffin™ Receives FDA 510(K) Clearance For Use With Natus® ALGO®Screeners

November 6, 2001

MUNDELEIN, Ill./PRNewswire/ -- Bio-logic Systems Corp. (Nasdaq: BLSC) announced today that it has received 510(k) clearance from the United States Food and Drug Administration ('FDA') to market its Ea...   Read More


Rotary International Helps to Supply Hearing Aids to Needy Children

November 5, 2001

Rotary International pushes ahead to help supply hearing aids to needy children. Click here to learn more about their work and how you can be involved. (requires Adobe Acrobat   Read More


Brain's Central Auditory System Could Compensate for Some of Limbaugh's Hearing Loss, Research at UB Suggests

November 2, 2001

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Rush Limbaugh's loss of sensory inner-ear hair cells, a condition that likely contributed to his hearing loss, could lead to changes in his brain that would allow him optimize use of...   Read More


Audiology's Professional Symbol Unveiled

November 2, 2001

West Lafayette, IN-A highlight of the opening ceremony at this year's ADA convention was the unveiling of the unique professional symbol for Audiology. This is a milestone for Audiology and represents...   Read More


AG Bell Launches Effort to Improve Reimbursement

November 1, 2001

Is a misguided attempt at economy depriving children of the ability to hear? The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (AG Bell) fears that it is, and has begun to take im...   Read More


Anthrax: What Every Clinician Should Know

October 31, 2001

This was an extraordinary broadcast that ran ''live'' on 10-18-2001, thanks to the UNC School of Public Health and the CDC. The broadcast was via satellite and on the internet. Tommy Thompson and othe...   Read More


AIHA's New Brochure Offers Tips on Protecting Your Hearing

October 31, 2001

FAIRFAX, Va./PRNewswire/ -- Noise exposure is a growing issue in our communities and workplaces, says the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA). To educate the public on the subject, AIHA has...   Read More


Magnatone Introduces The AGCo II, The New And Improved AGCo Circuit

October 30, 2001

Magnatone's AGCo II is the non-programmable version of our popular DigiPro AGCo circuit. Magnatone¹s team of Engineers is continuously improving and enhancing our products to provide you an instr...   Read More


National Association of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists to Meet in New Orleans November 15-18

October 29, 2001

(ROCKVILLE, MD) More than 10,000 audiologists, speech-language pathologists and scientists are expected to gather in New Orleans, LA, November 15-18, for the annual convention of the American Speech-L...   Read More


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