As a precautionary measure, we are working with a limited staff in the office to ensure social distancing and have closed our office to all in-person appointments/services. We are doing our best to ensure the needs of our clients are being met during this time. If you need over the phone trouble shooting with your hearing aids or listening devices, an audiologist or clinical manager will be available from 9:00am to 2:00pm Monday through Friday, until further notice. Please call (415) 921-7658 or follow our Facebook page for updated clinic information.
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We Heart Hearing Day

It’s our second annual We Heart Hearing Day. We’re celebrating our love of better communication with a patient appreciation day. Join us on February 13th for technology and audiology support, and our door prize drawing! We Heart Hearing will happen at the Hearing and Speech Center. CTAP will offer consultations from 9am to noon and our […]

Year End Giving -Give from your IRA

The ability to make tax-free gifts from IRAs has been restored for calendar year 2014. If you are 70½ or older, the newly enacted federal legislation enables you to make a donation to the Hearing and Speech Center from your IRA. The withdrawal will not be included in your taxable income and can be applied […]

Holiday Giving

The Hearing and Speech Center is the #1 audiology provider for people on a limited income in San Francisco. Our doors are open to everyone using Medi-Cal or California Children’s Services state insurance, or who cannot afford services. Two years ago, 60% of our clients were low income. This year 80% of our clients are […]

Fall Newsletter

The latest edition of our newsletter, People Are Talking, is out! Inside, you’ll find some great stories about our community and staff, and new about our program and events. Thanks for reading! Fall 2014

HSC Featured in Widex “Listen Now” Newsletter

CEO Darragh Kennedy was interviewed for a recent article in the Listen Now newsletter, produced by Widex. This is a great opportunity for the Hearing and Speech Center’s mission to reach a wide audience! Check out the article for the full story and more about the Center’s work:

Online Auction to Benefit Education Programs!

The families of our Auditory Oral School and Kids Academy are hosting an online auction to benefit the education programs of the Hearing and Speech Center: Thursday, October 23, 12pm – Sunday, November 2, 12pm. Please support our children and families by visiting the auction at:  The 10-day eBay auction will feature prizes from: […]

Help HSC Become SF’s Favorite Charity

You can help the Hearing and Speech Center win $10,000!  Please vote for the Hearing and Speech Center as your favorite San Francisco charity! 7×7 Magazine is holding their annual contest, and we could be eligible to win up to $10,000 – that’s a lot of hearing care!! The first round of voting is happening […]

Love a Party? Volunteer for our Events!

Our volunteer committee is looking for fun, enthusiastic volunteers to help us with our fundraisers, including a gala event in February and our Wine 4 Words event in May. Volunteer opportunities include: Corporate Relations/Sponsorship Volunteer Coordination Media & Public Relations Invitations/Program Book Logistics Decorations Art Auction Menu/Food Entertainment Registration Time commitments vary from a couple […]

Donor Survey

As we begin our 2014-2015 fiscal year, we are looking toward the future and considering our plans for program expansion and potential growth. Our donors play a critical role in our abilities as an organization – offering support for our outreach, time as volunteers, feedback on our services, and much more. We would like to […]

Rayford Reddell (1936-2014)

The Hearing and Speech Center is sorry to share the news of the passing of Dr. Rayford Reddell, former Executive Director of the San Francisco Hearing and Speech Center. Rayford Clayton Reddell passed away June 2, 2014 at 77 years of age. Ray was born in Jennings, Louisiana. He is preceded in death by his […]

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