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Conversations are happening across the country to ensure safe, quality hearing assistance is available to those who need it. Check out the below to see what’s happening in Virginia.

Did You Know?

14%, or more than 1.2 million people, of Virginia's population suffers from some form of hearing loss.


January 14, 2022. 

NAAG Responds to FDA’s Comment Request on New Over-The-Counter Hearing Aid Rules.

“In response to a request for comments from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regarding new rules regulating over-the-counter hearing aids, NAAG submitted comments encouraging the FDA to take the below steps to ensure that states maintain a role as regulators in this emerging market.”


HB 84. 

Sponsor: Delegate Terry Kilgore (R)

This measure adds an exemption to the audiologist licensure law, stating that audiologists with out-of-state licenses can provide free health care to underserved communities in the state as part of volunteering for a nonprofit organization if the organization verifies that the audiologist has a valid and unrestricted license in another state. This measure limits the out-of-state audiologist to a maximum of three consecutive days in providing free healthcare services. 

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