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HEAR in the Fox Cities provides financial assistance for hearing aids to children 21 and under in Northeastern Wisconsin.
Having insurance is not exclusionary; Hear in the Fox Cities understands that high deductibles and copays may still make the purchase of hearing aids difficult without assistance.
 Clinical Audiologist completes clinical audiology portion of the application.
 Parent/guardian completes parent portion of the application.
 Email completed applications to
Contact Hear in the Fox Cities directly for help finding a clinical audiologist or assistance paying for the clinical audiology services at hear@hearinthefoxcities .org
Assistive Technology to Enhance Communication Access for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing - Assistive Technology to Enhance Communication Access for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Harris Communications - Harris Communications offers a wide selection of assistive products for Deaf & Hard of Hearing for all levels of hearing loss.
HEADPHONES - Bone Conduction Headphones:  Headphonesty,  Aftershokz Wireless Trekz Titanium Mini Bone Conduction Headphones, Best Buy, SoundGuys   

Headphones For Use With Hearing Aids: Best Buy, Bluetooth Headphones
Hearing Aid Assistance - TAP provides financial assistance to low-income individuals in Wisconsin who are severely hard of hearing, Deaf, or Deaf-Blind. TAP funding can be used to purchase new or refurbished hearing aids or cochlear implant processors, specialized telecommunications equipment, and copay costs associated with purchases through the Telecommunications Equipment Purchase Program (TEPP). TAP funding is limited and is on a first-come first-served basis.
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Telecommunications Equipment Purchase Program (TEPP) - TEPP helps people with disabilities with purchasing the specialized equipment they need for distance communications. TEPP is paid for by the Universal Service Fund, which was established by the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin. In most cases, TEPP requires applicants to pay a $100 co-pay towards their equipment purchase. Visit the TEPP website for eligibility requirements and program information.
WISCONSIN INFANT AND CHILDREN’S STATEWIDE HEARING AID EXCHANGE SERVICE (WISHES) - The WISHES program provides hearing instruments for a six month period  to newly identified deaf and hard of hearing children who are not Medicaid eligible and do not have other hearing aid insurance coverage. This purpose of the WISHES program is to assure that all children (ages 0-18 years) identified with a hearing loss have access to auditory development of the brain through high quality hearing technology soon after identification.  Please direct any specific WISHES questions to Dr. Amy Hartman, WISHES director at (608) 262-6481 or