our mission

Songs For Sound is a 501c3 charity founded on a heartwarming story & a passionate objective: to bridge the gap between “I think I have hearing loss” and quality hearing healthcare while increasing inclusion and opportunities for those with hearing loss and deafness.

Let love be our greatest aim.

1 Corinthians 14:1

  • FREE Hearing Tests Given (2015-2017)
    FREE Hearing Tests Given (2015-2017)


  • Children Referred to Audiology
    Children Referred to Audiology


  • Dollars Donated to Hearing Programs for Families
    Dollars Donated to Hearing Programs for Families


  • Veterans Referred to VA Audiology
    Veterans Referred to VA Audiology


News & Events

What happens when a child is void of SOUND and LANGUAGE? How do you navigate the school-age time when delays start to rear their ugly heads again? This is for YOU.

If you haven't read the previous post titled "Preparing Deaf & HOH Athletes: Assistive Technology & Rights", then please do here:

Whether there are issues like what we faced with Lexi and use of her hearing technology, parents/coaches upset over bad calls or a child who has inherited a bad coach....I think NOW is a very good time to remind EVERYONE why we have our children play athletics.

You need to meet DJ. One of the greats. An exceptional human-being, man and UMPIRE. Read on....

I knew it would come. The day my daughter faced some sort of discrimination for two things. First, the fact that she may sit your child down with three strikes, or she may block their shot. And two, the helicopter parent that question the use of a device that allows her to HEAR on the field as a mask for what’s really bothering the parent.. their child just struck out. Awful sounding, right? But it happened to Lexi.

I authored this piece as a BLUEPRINT for everyone with hearing loss and deafness to know how to handle the situation. KNOW YOUR RIGHTS & what to do if it happens to you or your child!

  • Phonak