Office Update:

The office now open and seeing clients who are fully vaccinated. 

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Hearing Rehabilitation Foundation

 

SPEECH. MUSIC. LISTENING.

Helping children and adults with hearing loss communicate better for over twenty years.

Based in Woburn, MA, we offer training, testing, and practice for people with hearing loss who have cochlear implants and hearing aids, their families, and professionals working in related fields.

We work with you to improve speech perception and maximize the information provided by cochlear implants and hearing aids, because technology is not always enough.

 Hearing Rehabilitation Foundation, Inc.
400 West Cummings Park – Suite 5700
Woburn, MA 01801
Phone  617-628-4537 
Email  hearf@aol.com

The HRF is very pleased to announce that we have been selected to receive a Cummings Grant for $10,000 for the coming year. Thanks to the Cummings Foundation for this very generous grant, which will be invaluable in helping us further our mission to provide and promote speech communication training for people with hearing loss.

cummingsfoundation.org 

HRF develops and publishes innovative training  resources that are used worldwide.

We host the biannual International Adult Aural Rehabilitation Conference.

Our Fika sessions are an opportunity to meet others with hearing loss to share experiences and practice listening in a group setting.

Read about our new TALKABOUT initiative. Sign up if you are eligible!

HRF works to improve the musical experiences of adults and children with cochlear implants.

Training for people with hearing loss is provided on an individual basis, and focuses on improving your ability to understand speech in realistic situations.

Our  fundraising campaign is active. Please support us so we can continue our mission to help people with hearing loss. Please contact us directly to donate.

We Hear You

Training and practice help you communicate better and give you confidence to tackle the challenging hearing situations of daily life.

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