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  • Spotlight Saturday: Jennifer Smith, Speech-Language Pathologist & Clinical Technology Coordinator

    Spotlight Saturday: Jennifer Smith, Speech-Language Pathologist & Clinical Technology Coordinator

    We interviewed Jennifer Smith, Speech-Language Pathologist & Clinical Technology Coordinator, to learn about her connection with HASA. Read more>>

  • Susan Glasgow #ThrowbackThursday

    Susan Glasgow #ThrowbackThursday

    Today for #Throwback Thursday, the last one of our 90th anniversary year of 2016, we honor outgoing Executive Director Susan Glasgow. In the 30 years Susan has worked with HASA, 22 as its Executive Director, her leadership has steered the organization to grow and thrive. READ MORE>>

  • Spotlight Saturday: Luke Fry, Occupational Therapist

    Spotlight Saturday: Luke Fry, Occupational Therapist

    We interviewed Luke Fry, Occupational Therapist, to learn about his connection with HASA. Read more>>

  • Fluency 101: Living with Dysfluency

    Fluency 101: Living with Dysfluency

    Our fifth and final segment of Fluency 101 discusses the impact of stuttering in the lives of older children and adults. Learn more about various treatment methods, including the support group hosted at HASA! READ MORE>>

  • 50th Anniversary #ThrowbackThursday

    50th Anniversary #ThrowbackThursday

    Today for #ThrowbackThursday we're visiting 1976 during the 50th anniversary celebration of The Hearing and Speech Agency. Founded in 1926 as the Speech Reader's League of Baltimore, HASA primarily focused on hearing health and services for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing for much of its early history. READ MORE>>

  • Hand-Me-Down Hearing Aids

    Hand-Me-Down Hearing Aids

    By the age of 65, one in three American adults has some degree of hearing loss. This number increases to nearly one half of adults by age 75. However, only one fifth of adults who could benefit from hearing aids actually go on to get them. READ MORE>>

  • Spotlight Saturday: Carie Beam, Special Educator

    Spotlight Saturday: Carie Beam, Special Educator

    We interviewed Carie Beam, Special Educator, to learn about her connection with HASA. Read more>>

  • Bridges School #ThrowbackThursday

    Bridges School #ThrowbackThursday

    Today for #ThrowbackThursday, we're going back to 1993 with this class photo from the Bridges School. HASA opened the Bridges school in 1989 for children with more mild communication difficulties. READ MORE>>

  • HASA Announces New Executive Director

    HASA Announces New Executive Director

    It is my sincere pleasure to announce that the Board of Directors of The Hearing and Speech Agency (HASA) has unanimously selected Ms. Erin Stauder to be our next Executive Director. READ MORE>>

  • Sensory-Friendly Gift Giving

    Sensory-Friendly Gift Giving

    I don’t know about all of you, but the second the turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie settled in my stomach, I started thinking about holiday gift giving. Not that I rushed out to participate in the Black Friday hysteria, but I won’t say there wasn’t some Amazon perusing as I nodded off into a tryptophan coma on the couch. READ MORE>>

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