We Do. . . So They Can
466 Million people worldwide have disabling hearing loss.
34 million of those are children.
Isaac, a 16 year-old sophomore in high school, considers himself a sports fanatic. He plays for his school’s baseball, football, and soccer teams. Nothing can keep him off the field, even his bilateral hearing loss.
You can invest in future research, education, and global hearing health surrounding pediatric hearing loss, and many other hearing and neurological disorders.
Defining the causes of hearing and balance disorders and developing the solutions necessary to aid the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Providing hearing health information to the public and education programs for medical professionals.
Global Hearing Health
Increasing access to treatments, technology, and training in high-need communities locally and worldwide.
Howard P. House founded the institute in 1946 as the Los Angeles Foundation of Otology, a private nonprofit hearing research and education facility with the goal of creating a world where “all may hear.”
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