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  • Spotlight Saturday: Judy Golombeck, Music Specialist

    Spotlight Saturday: Judy Golombeck, Music Specialist

    We met with Judy Golombeck, Music Specialist, to learn about her connection with HASA. READ MORE>>

  • The People Have Spoken

    The People Have Spoken

    Last week, we surveyed HASA staff about their own voices and how they care about them. Learn a little about  World Voice Day as well as some of the interesting takeaways from the week. READ MORE>>

  • Spotlight Saturday: Sara Frederick - Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Fellow

    Spotlight Saturday: Sara Frederick - Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Fellow

    We sat down with Sara Frederick - Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Fellow to learn about her connection with HASA. READ MORE>>

  • Spotlight Saturday: Deaf Shalom Zone

    Spotlight Saturday: Deaf Shalom Zone

    Today, we shine a spotlight on Deaf Shalom Zone and Christ Deaf Church's 100-year history as part of the Deaf community.

  • Trust Your Little Voice

    Trust Your Little Voice

    Are you concerned about your child's voice? An ENT and an SLP may be able to help. Learn about the various ways children may be at risk for developing voice disorders and how you can help them. READ MORE>>

  • CIRS INTERPRETING #THROWBACKTHURSDAY

    CIRS INTERPRETING #THROWBACKTHURSDAY

    This week for #ThrowbackThursday we're visiting the year 2000, when the Maryland Speech Hearing Language Association (MSHA) gave the award for Outstanding Legislator to Delegate John Adams Hurson. CIRS Interpreting was right there making sure the ceremony was accessible to ASL-users!

  • Professional Chatterboxes

    Professional Chatterboxes

    Does your occupation require a ton of speaking? Check out if you made the list of chattiest occupations and what you can do to protect your voice!

  • Peace, Love, and Vocal Health

    Peace, Love, and Vocal Health

    An overview of healthy vocal hygiene routines and what it means to be a HIPpie.

  • SCAVENGER HUNT WEEK FIVE #DHM17

    SCAVENGER HUNT WEEK FIVE #DHM17

    It's the last week of HASA's Deaf History Month Scavenger Hunt. Week five's challenge is an easy one! READ MORE>>

  • Spotlight Saturday: Jody Cripps, Towson University

    Spotlight Saturday: Jody Cripps, Towson University

    Jody Cripps, professor of Deaf Studies at Towson University, shares some really interesting Deaf History information with us for #DHM17.

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