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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All of our support groups are free and open to the public, but donations are welcome. The group meetings are facilitated by professionals specializing in deafness and hearing loss. Often, participants are the best resource for others in the group, but our professionals can help with addressing technical issues or questions.

Tinnitus Support Group

The Tinnitus Support Group typically meets the 3rd Saturday of each month from 10:00-11:30 AM at the Hearing and Speech Center. Current information on tinnitus treatments is presented along with a discussion of coping strategies.

For more information please contact Malvina Levy at malvina@hearingspeech.org or sign up for our monthly group email by clicking the link below:

https://lists.sonic.net/mailman/listinfo/tinnitusgroup

Hard-of-Hearing Support Group

The Hard-of-Hearing Support Group typically meets the 3rd Saturday of each month from 1-2:30pm at the Hearing and Speech Center. Have you ever wondered how others with hearing loss handle daily challenges? Come, learn, and share!

Please contact Jessie Johnson at Jessie@hearingspeech.org for more information.

Cochlear Implant Support Group

The Cochlear Implant Support Group typically meets quarterly at the Hearing and Speech Center. Presenters give talks on a variety of topics such as Aural Rehabilitation, the differences between CI manufacturers, music appreciation, and much more.

Please contact Jessie Johnson at Jessie@hearingspeech.org for more information.

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