Upcoming Events

March 25, 2017 - 9:30a - 2:30p
Active Boomers & Seniors Expo - Jacksonville
Jacksonville: 386‑944‑7806
March 25, 2017 - 9 am to 1 pm
Panama City Beach Health Expo
Panama City: 850‑769‑6890
March 28, 2017 - 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Precision Hearing
Clermont: 352‑323‑0757

All upcoming events…

FSGA & FTRI Partnership

Florida State Guardianship Association and FTRI have partnered to create awareness about FTRI’s amplified telephones to qualified Florida residents at no cost.

FTRI offers a variety of amplified phones—FREE to qualified applicants.

Eligibility is open to Florida residents with hearing or speech loss. To receive specialized telephone equipment, applicants must provide proof of eligibility.

FTRI specialized telephone equipment is available at no cost. Applicants must also provide proof of residency with one of the following:

  • Florida Driver’s License
  • Florida Voter Registration Card
  • Florida Identification Card
  • Florida Vehicle Registration
  • Florida Medicaid Card
  • Letter from Social Security with applicant’s name and Florida address

Refer an Applicant to FTRI

Resources and Links

Detrimental Effects of Untreated Hearing Loss Presentation (PDF)
Dr. Lyndsey Nalu, Au.D., CCC-A
Dr. Lyndsey Nalu, AuD.

A seminar covering the detrimental effects of untreated hearing loss. Topics include an overview on why hearing loss is often left untreated and how ignoring hearing loss can increase the risk of auditory deprivation and cortical reorganization, as well as depression, isolation, and dementia.

Refer an Applicant to FTRI
Start the process to get an applicant a free amplified telephone.

Florida State Guardianship Association

Established in 1986, The Florida State Guardianship Association (FSGA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. FSGA is the premier statewide organization promoting and supporting excellence in the practice of guardianship and is the voice advocating for the incapacitated and their guardians.
The Florida State Guardianship Association is dedicated to the protection of the dignity and rights of incapacitated persons and to increasing the professionalism of guardianship through education, networking and legislative action.