Audiologists are the only university-educated professionals who are specifically trained to assess, diagnose, and treat hearing loss. They have extensive training with advanced equipment and evaluation procedures to accurately assess hearing function. They are the most qualified professionals to help you throughout your journey with hearing loss. For these reasons, we strongly encourage those in need to find an Audiologist to manage your hearing healthcare needs. If you’re still unsure as to
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Mary Burke, hearing client of Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center's, speaks about her experience with our organization and how her hearing aids have changed her life!
Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center produces a quarterly newsletter in order to keep you updated on our organization. Below is our Spring 2019 newsletter, which contains information about March Madness for Reading 2019, our 11th annual Beauty of Expression event, our YOLA program, and more! You can also stay up to date with Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center by following us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center will host annual March Madness for Reading CHARLOTTE, NC, March 5, 2019 – Children in Mecklenburg and Union County’s book desert will receive the gift of more than 1600 books during Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center’s annual March Madness for Reading event, thanks to donations from Smart Start of Mecklenburg and Promising Pages, as well as the volunteer effort of the Junior League of Charlotte. Each year, Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center