Resources to Assist With Your Hearing Loss

Our mission: The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) opens the world of communication to people with hearing loss through information, education, support and advocacy. Our local chapter and members are the best resources for help with living better with hearing loss. More information about resources and informative presentations at our meetings are found at:

Hearing Loss Association of America Kentuckiana Chapter

HLAA National Organization

(301) 657-2248

Become part of the nation’s largest consumer advocacy group for people with hearing loss.

The third Kentucky Walk4Hearing will be held on November 2, 2019 in

Louisville. The Hearing Loss Association of America Walk4Hearing increases public awareness about hearing

loss, eradicates the stigma associated with it and raises funds for national and local programs.

Be the difference, Step up for Hearing Loss and Communication Access Today!

-Michelle Niehaus, LCSW with the Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health has teamed with our Kentuckiana Chapter to offer a Support Group held in Louisville. Find dates and times in our Chapter newsletter, or contact us. The Support Group is free and open to the public.

-The Kentucky Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (KCDHH) is a rich resource for all

Kentuckians with hearing loss to keep us connected and safe. The KCDHH has a Telecommunications Access Program (TAP) that includes a long list of specialized equipment is offered at no charge to those with a documented hearing loss. For more information about the program and other KCDHH resources visit: Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

632 Versailles Rd.

Frankfort, KY 40601


(Also listed in the Kentuckiana Chapter newsletter at )

Search for licensed audiologists in your area by zip code, or in a metro area within a limited number of miles at the following sites: Sponsored by the American Academy of Audiology A searchable Hearing Healthcare Directory in partnership with the Hearing Loss Association of America

-To find accessible venues with Assistive Listening, Open Captioning, and Audio Induction Hearing Loops:

-To find movie theaters with assistive devices/captions:

There are several Audiologists and Physicians listed here alphabetically who have made presentations at our Louisville meetings and understand the importance of HLAA support:

Doctor’s Hearing Care

Little Ears at Open Arms

Heuser Hearing Institute

Cathy Miller, Au.D.

Shelley Moats, Au.D.

Lauren Brennan, Au.D.

1100 E. Market Street

(502) 584-3573

3211 Grantline Road, Suite 37

Louisville, KY 40206

Heuser Hearing Institute &

New Albany, IN 47150

(502) 596-1040

Language Academy - Educational

(812) 952-9549

Center for Pre-school and Kinder


-Heuser Hearing Clinics:


Audiologists and Otolaryngologists




Kentuckiana ENT

Ky Hearing Clinic

University of Louisville Physicians

Dr. Mark Severtson

Katie Austin, Au.D.

ENT & Audiologists

Lindsay Ciletti, Au.D.

Marci Shuman, Au.D

Casey Rutledge Roof, Au.D.

6420 Dutchman’s Parkway

Katherine Robertson, Au.D.

Brittany Brose, Au.D.

Suite # 380

Raquel Heacock, Au.D.

Barbara Eisenmenger, Au.D.

Louisville, KY 40205

2226 Holiday Manor Center #4,

401 E. Chestnut

(502) 509-7915

Louisville, KY. 40222

Louisville, KY 40202

(502) 632-1460

(502) 583-8303





The HLAA Kentucky Home Chapter in Bardstown has been recognized this year for the excellent website created by David Robertson. Find links and valuable information at:

The Hearing Loss Association of America offers a “Guide for Effective Communication in Health Care” and a Communication Access Plan (CAP) for Individuals that can be downloaded and printed at:

*Mention appearing here of products or individuals does not imply endorsement by the Hearing Loss Association of

America Kentuckiana Chapter, nor should exclusion suggest disapproval.