Two of the articles I wrote for my Apprenticeship Program through Hubpages are relevant to the hearing loss world. The first is on grants for hearing aids - as we all know, most insurance companies don't cover hearing aids for kids. There are several great programs out there, and one even helps middle class families:
Programs to Help Families Pay for Hearing Aids
The second article is on how to protect a child's hearing. This applies, of course, to children with normal hearing. Nolan's hearing has been slipping slowly over the years and there isn't any way to stop that loss, but we can certainly protect the little hearing he has left by protecting him from dangerous volumes.
The last article is how to put in a child's hearing aids. Obviously, most of the parents who read this blog are old pros at this, but learning how to do listening checks is vital for parents of newly diagnosed children. Plus, Nolan is unbearably cute in this video (no, I am not biased in any way).