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Scholarships for Students with Hearing Loss and CODAs

Submitted by Paula Rosenthal on April 3, 2009 – 12:11 am12 Comments

istock_000007945685xsmallThe folks over at Disaboom have put together a scholarship page for students with hearing loss  who are entering or enrolled in undergraduate or graduate studies. Depending on the criteria, students must either have hearing loss or have a parent with hearing loss. Check out these great resources here.

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  • Jamie Hienkel says:

    My daughter was found to have a 65% hearing loss in each ear when she was 16. She is a great student and in her last year of college. I have a two part question. First, is there any organization or lending group that offers low interest consolidation loans for disabled children? Also, she is in need of new hearing aids and we do not qualify for assistance but we also do not have the $7,300 for new hearing aids. Does anyone know of any programs that could help? Thank you.

    Jamie

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    Marlee Marlin the Deaf actress has a Charity that provides FREE hearingaids.

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  • Sam says:

    I am deaf in my left ear and I play tuba. Is there a way to get a scholarship or grant or something like that for college?

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