Upcoming Events

April 29, 2017 - 9am - 1pm
Bethel Baptist Church Health Fair
Jacksonville: 386‑944‑7806
May 1, 2017 - 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
North FL Hearing & Balance Center-Beltone Hearing Center
Live Oak: 352‑378‑7474
May 1, 2017 - 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Advanced Hearing Solutions
Englewood: 941‑743‑8347

All upcoming events…

FSHHP & FTRI Partnership

Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals 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.

Letter from FTRI’s Executive Director
James Forstall announces FSHHP and FTRI’s partnership and shares some information about FTRI’s mission and services.
Refer an Applicant to FTRI
Start the process to get an applicant a free amplified telephone.

Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals

The Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals is organized to promote uniform good will and education among all hearing aid dispensers in the State of Florida, thereby bringing the state of the art to its highest possible level. The FSHHP upholds the Code of Ethics of the International Hearing Aid Society as well as our own bylaws, mission statement and the Florida Statutes.