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  • A Clinical Success: A Life-Altering Hearing Test

    A Clinical Success: A Life-Altering Hearing Test

    In the winter of 2008, parents of three-year-old twins, Ethan and Connor, were beginning to accept that their active, affectionate boys might truly be on the autism spectrum, as teachers and professionals had told them. They began the admissions process for Gateway School... READ MORE>>

  • A CIRS Success: Learning the Sign of the Times

    A CIRS Success: Learning the Sign of the Times

    Ann Potter grew up a “military brat.”  She had never met a deaf person or sign language user when she was a child.  As a teenager, she became fascinated with American Sign Language, but only ever saw it in books or on the occasional television show. Moving around the world and experiencing life in other countries led to an interest in culture and language for Ann. READ MORE>>

  • A GATEWAY SUCCESS: THE GIFT OF LANGUAGE<br />

    A GATEWAY SUCCESS: THE GIFT OF LANGUAGE

     

    Rachael Anna Stetina is a bright and creative 9-year-old girl who is thriving at the Waldorf School in Baltimore. As a newborn, she failed her hearing screening twice, then failed her follow-up audiology test two weeks later. By two months, further testing showed that Rachael was profoundly deaf. READ MORE>>

  • A Clinical Success: The Extra Mile

    A Clinical Success: The Extra Mile

    Two years ago, Sergio Rios, a top student at a West Baltimore public high school, developed an infection called sarcoidosis that led to temporary blindness and progressive hearing loss. At first, Sergio lost hearing in his right ear, which couldn’t be corrected with a hearing aid. But he retained some hearing in his left, so his mother brought him to The Hearing and Speech Agency for a left-side hearing aid. READ MORE>>

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