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Onsite Audiology is the sole-provider of audiology programs affiliated with Tiny House Hearing (THH), Inc. (formerly registered as Hearing Education Advocacy and Rehabilitation Services). THH is a 501(c)(3) organization. EIN 86-1895558. All donations are deemed tax-deductible.
Through a partnership with Onsite Audiology, LLC, Tiny House Hearing, Inc. can mobilize hearing healthcare programs to various community partners in areas where there may be racial or socioeconomic disparages, shortage of services, lack of qualified professionals and funding to support these services.
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Dedicated to providing increased access to quality hearing healthcare by bringing the audiology clinic directly to underserved patients in unreached areas, nationwide.
To foster trust that will lead to long-term partnerships within the educational, healthcare and human services community.
To promote better HEARING
To EDUCATE community partners about the effects of hearing loss
To ADVOCATE for the needs of those who are challenged by their hearing loss
To provide REHABILITATION strategies that will enhance quality of life
To tailor audiological SERVICES specific to the needs of our community partners
Our program values are centered around the acronym HEARS.
This program is focused on providing early detection, intervention, treatment and management outreach to children from birth to age 5 in areas that lack access to audiological services in underserved regions in Georgia.
To enhance access to comprehensive hearing screenings
To provide audiological follow-up to individuals in economically challenge regions as needed
To enhance parent and school staff education regarding hearing loss and access to curriculum
To partner with other community agencies in bringing awareness about hearing loss to individuals and agencies
This program is focused on Veterans hearing health, primarily veterans who are displaced due to homelessness. Tiny House Hearing, Inc., is dedicated to working with Department of Veteran Affairs and other Veteran Agencies to provide hearing evaluations, cerumen management and hearing aid checks for these veterans.
To evaluate hearing and determine the need for further specialized hearing healthcare services
To evaluate the hearing of homeless veterans and coordinate next steps with corresponding veterans’ health programs
HEARING IN MOTION COMMUNITY OUTREACH
H.I.M. is an outreach ministry dedicated to providing hearing screenings and education to those who are underserved in their communities. Program activities will include participating in community health events, homeless outreach, church-based health programs and community-based education/training.
To screen the hearing of individual in underserved regions and determine the need for further specialized services
To help connect individuals to appropriate healthcare providers/specialist within the community as needed
To become an active and trusted hearing healthcare participant in local community, regional and international ministry-based outreach programs/events