The goal of the nonprofit Ear Peace Foundation is to raise awareness of Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) among young people and motivate them to take simple and effective measures to protect their hearing.
An organization concerned about the impact of noise on health, environment, learning, productivity and quality of life. A very good resource for all things quiet-related.
Better Hearing Australia (Brisbane) is a not-for-profit consumer advocacy group offering advocacy and peer support for people in Queensland experiencing hearing loss. BHA (Brisbane) was established in 1947 and continues to maintain a philosophy of self-help and draws on the value of lived experience in all its services; from informal, volunteer-led support groups, online teaching modules; and supply and installation of hearing loop systems and assistive listening devices.
An excellent blog for people with hearing loss. I refer many of my normal hearing friends here to better understand the daily experience of being hearing impaired.
Quiet Ann Arbor is the first Quiet chapter in the United States. The Mission is to encourage quieter and pleasant shared spaces for all individuals including those with noise sensitive conditions such as hearing deficits, ADHD, and autism.
Organization that represents people with hearing loss and provides assistance and resources to learn about how to adjust to living with hearing loss.
GrowNYC has responded to questions about noise including noisy restaurants for thirty years. It also directs readers to articles about the impacts of noise on mental and physical health, including hearing loss.
Deaf Expo is a conference in Lakeland, FL with the focus on encouraging the deaf community that they are not alone, disabled, or broken. The conference is in October. Check them out here
Noise Free America: A Coalition to Promote Quiet is an advocacy organization focusing on noise from motorcycles,
gas-powered leaf blowers, and loud car stereos.