In the process of writing my new book, I had to do a massive amount of research and ended up with a long list of tinnitus related companies, resources, links and more.

And now that my book is finally finished, I realized how helpful a comprehensive list like this would be for the community.

So I turned it into a post!

Consider this my definitive list of links and resources for tinnitus sufferers!

Be sure to share and bookmark this one.

And if I missed anything important, let me know in the comments below!

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Nonprofit Organizations that Serve the Tinnitus Community:

  • The American Tinnitus AssociationThe ATA is a US based nonprofit whose mission is to improve the lives of people with tinnitus and hyperacusis by providing hope of a quieter future through education, advocacy, and research toward a cure.
  • The Vestibular Disorders AssociationThe Vestibular Disorders Association is an incredible nonprofit organization that goes above and beyond for the tinnitus community on a regular basis. For more than three decades, VEDA has been a highly respected source of scientifically credible information on tinnitus and vestibular disorders. Through their publications and online community, VEDA has reached millions of vestibular patients with critical information and support.
  • Hearing Health FoundationHearing Health Foundation is a wonderful U.S. based nonprofit organization with a mission to prevent and cure hearing loss and tinnitus through groundbreaking research and to promote hearing health through their free quarterly magazine. As the largest non-profit funder of hearing and balance research in the U.S., they have awarded millions of dollars to promising research initiatives, in areas such as hearing loss, tinnitus and hyperacusis.
  • The British Tinnitus Association: The British Tinnitus Association is a UK based nonprofit organization that strives to be the primary source of support and information for people with tinnitus and their carers in the UK. Their vision is “a world where no one suffers from tinnitus.” They believe it to be achievable now, to an extent that there are management tools and methods available to enable some not to ‘suffer’, but also want to find a better ways to manage tinnitus, as well as a cure. Their mission is twofold:
    • Research – they want a cure, and will drive and demand progress.
    • Help – They want everyone to know what tinnitus is, how to prevent it and how to manage it.
  • Canadian Tinnitus FoundationThe Canadian Tinnitus Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to expanding awareness of tinnitus in Canada and generating funding for research to find a cure. Their mission is to provide a loud voice to those who suffer silently at the hands of this debilitating condition.
  • The Tinnitus Research InitiativeThe Tinnitus Research Initiative is a non-profit foundation dedicated to improving the quality of life for patients who suffer from tinnitus and tinnitus-related disorders. They believe that by bringing together researchers from a wide range of different disciplines, we will better understand tinnitus, leading to more effective treatments.
  • Starkey Hearing Foundation:  A wonderful organization that provides hearing aid to people in need around the world.
  • The German Tinnitus Association

Professional and Medical Organizations that Serve the Tinnitus Community:

  • OtonomyA publicly traded biotech firm dedicated to developing new drugs and drug deliver systems for patients with disorders of the ear, including tinnitus.
  • Auris Medical: A Swiss biopharmaceutical company dedicated to developing therapeutics that address important unmet medical needs in otology.
  • Tinnitus HubTinnitus Hub is a social enterprise dedicated to informing and educating the tinnitus community while expanding the knowledge base, and offering safe self-treatment solutions. They provide unique services and tools to promote tinnitus knowledge and awareness, offer support for tinnitus sufferers, and raise funds for existing charities in the search for a cure. They also run the popular Tinnitus Talk support forum.
  • Say What Hearing: Say What Hearing is an online resource for individuals in the hard-of-hearing community. Dedicated to hearing loss advocacy, its mission is to inform users, readers, and spouses with loved ones who suffer from hearing loss and tinnitus to take action to improve their hearing.
  • Healthy HearingHealthy Hearing is an organization with a mission to educate about hearing loss and its implications. They connect people who need hearing help with qualified hearing care professionals with their online directory of consumer-reviewed clinics across the U.S. Healthy Hearing is the leading online information resource for hearing healthcare consumers and strive to provide unbiased, easy-to-understand content that is useful to our millions of visitors.
  • The Tinnitus and Hyperascusis Centre – London, UK
  • Hearing Health MattersA website created by and for people who share the belief that Hearing Health & Technology Matters! Their vision is to provide timely information and lively insights to anyone who cares about hearing loss. Tools And Resources:

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