Available Research Studies and Services for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Do hearing aids help children with borderline or mild hearing levels? We are looking for 4-12 year-olds to help us learn more about which children can benefit from hearing aids. Earn $20/hour for participating. Find out more information about the study and how to participate here.
Does your child wear hearing aids?  Boys Town is studying how children with hearing aids listen and understand in noisy places.  Earn $15/hour and help other children by participating in their studies!  Click here to learn more!
The Cognitive and Sensory Imaging Laboratory (CASI Lab) is conducting a noninvasive research study that looks at the relationship between hearing loss & the development of cognitive & brain function in school age children. Compensation up to $170 included for time & travel. Click here to learn more!
As part of the MPUP-IP, the Barkley Speech Language and Hearing Clinic is offering specialized interdisciplinary services for school-age children who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH). Our approach focuses on teaming between pre-service Speech-Language Pathologists and Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing to provide individualized services to meet the speech and language needs of students who are DHH. These services can be provided in-person or via telepractice which means they are available to any DHH children/families across the state of Nebraska.  Click here to learn more!
The University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA is seeking Deaf/Hard of Hearing children to participate in a study concerning speech and language development. Children diagnosed with unilateral hearing loss (aided or unaided) and/or from bilingual/multilingual households are especially sought.  Click here to learn more.

Gallaudet University is conducting a research study about how parents of D/deaf adolescents discuss sexual education with their child.  

For more information, click here.