There are a variety of financial, emotional and medical advantages of managing hearing loss: improved work performance and earning power, enhanced interpersonal relationships, enhanced cognitive ability, enhanced personal safety and security, and reduced risk of emotional problems such as exhaustion, depression, stress, and anxiety.
Founded by an audiologist, we're passionate about good hearing at Hearing Tracker. You can rest assured we have all the advice you need to make an informed decision about the right device and the right hearing professional for your needs.
Most people see hearing aids as a commodity. They put all their effort into choosing the right one then believe all their work is done once they find it. But the care surrounding the hearing aid matters too. A good hearing specialist or audiologist can help you find the right device, maximize fit, correctly configure the device, and advise on expectations. That's why we've provided a list of the best hearing care providers in the Portsmouth area.
The Hearing Tracker team has pulled together the following resources to help you find support in your local Portsmouth community.
New Hampshire's deaf and hard of hearing people face obstacles at many levels, including schooling, health care, government facilities, and employment. The challenges remain due to a lack of access to information, and a lack of resources specifically serving the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. New Hampshire's NDHHS is committed to supporting the Deaf & Hard of Hearing population through empowerment, awareness, and fair access & opportunity advocacy.
The New Hampshire chapter of a national, parent-driven, non-profit organization that supports families with hearing or deaf children. They think that people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing should not be hindered by hearing problems. Their outreach projects, community collaborations, and advocacy campaigns are committed to helping Deaf, and Hard-of-Hearing children and adults reach their goals in life.
Granite State Independent Living is a state-wide non-profit organization whose goal is to promote independent quality of life for disabled and senior citizens through advocacy, information, education, support and transition services.
Looking for a specific brand of hearing aids in Portsmouth? Use the links below to get to our interactive map where you can search for nearby providers who fit hearing aids from popular brands like Oticon, Phonak, Widex, Signia, Starkey, and more.