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  • Connecting the Dots: Hearing Loss and Your Health

    Connecting the Dots: Hearing Loss and Your Health

    Medical providers are increasingly encouraging patients to attend to their hearing loss. Why? More and more research conducted into hearing loss shows greater implications for senior patients than just trouble hearing. Hearing loss is now being associated with other potentially more serious health problems. READ MORE>>

  • Stuttering: Cause or Effect? Part 2

    Stuttering: Cause or Effect? Part 2

    A continuation of the research we reviewed about stuttering and its potential causes at our recent visit to the National Stuttering Association’s Annual Conference and Research Symposium. READ MORE>>

  • Turn the Lens Around

    Turn the Lens Around

    I never heard Congressman Steny Hoyer speak before Sunday. I honestly didn’t know what to expect; here was the man who helped usher the Americans with Disabilities Act through Congress in 1990, and now I was sitting in a room listening to him advocate for greater strides in enforcing this 25-year-old piece of legislation. READ MORE>>

  • Stuttering: Cause or Effect? Research Summary (Part 1)

    Stuttering: Cause or Effect? Research Summary (Part 1)

    At our recent visit to the National Stuttering Association’s Annual Conference and Research Symposium, we learned about new research looking into potential causes of stuttering. READ MORE>>

  • Visual Storytelling

    Visual Storytelling

    This series of HASA FACTS launched on Instagram on July 1 and will continue – one fact per day – until our 90th Anniversary date of November 19, 2016.  In case you’re wondering, that amounts to 507 facts about communication, sign language, healthy hearing, speech & language issues, autism, and HASA history.  READ MORE>>

  • A Very Simple Idea

    A Very Simple Idea

    Our voice is a reflection of our identity, and for the transgender community, it is a challenging-- but important-- part of understanding who we are. READ MORE>>

  • The Hunt for History: Baltimore's HASA

    The Hunt for History: Baltimore's HASA

    With my hand on the door handle, a thought struck me going into my interview with HASA; in all my organizational research, I forgot to dig deeper into the organization’s and founder's history. Stomach in throat and fingers crossed that I would not be asked any questions about HASA’s founder, Dr. Olive Whildin, I entered my interview. READ MORE>>

  • A Good Reason to Lose Some Sleep

    A Good Reason to Lose Some Sleep

    My clock radio roars to life, rudely jarring me out of my slumber with news of an accident on I-295, predictions of oppressive humidity, or other cheery tidbit.  It’s 6:00 a.m., time to rise and shine (and by “shine” I mean “stumble around clumsily”).  My higher faculties have not yet kicked in as I put on my shorts and t-shirt, tie my running shoes, and head out the door. It’s time to hit the jogging trail so READ MORE>>
  • Mr. Binder and the Vigilant Volunteers

    Mr. Binder and the Vigilant Volunteers

    I now have a very large, four-inch black binder that sits on the corner of my desk called “The Volunteer Binder.” This binder and I see a lot of each other throughout the day (we also occasionally have lunch), and he’s the one who really holds the new Volunteer Program together. Organized and efficient, Mr. Binder settled into a routine that was a long time in the making. READ MORE>>

  • Much Larger Than Expected

    Much Larger Than Expected

    Whenever someone new visits my office, their first words are always the same. Without fail, they say, “This place is huge.”   While our lobby is pretty spacious, our building is not really any larger than the other nonprofits in our office park.  It’s just that we’re so much more expansive than expected.  This is due, in part, to the reason(s) a visitor may come through our doors at The Hearing and Speech Agency. READ MORE>>

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