HASA) which is located in Baltimore, MD.
The mission of HASA is to support and facilitate communication
with individuals. The organization offers a Centralized Interpreter Referral Service, The Gateway School, Audiology Services and Speech, Language and Fluency Services. HASA was born out of the establishment of the Speech Readers’ League of Baltimore which started in 1926. From there, the League became a member of the United Way. In 1960, The Gateway School was established with a speech-language program and in 1966 the organization changed its name to The Hearing and Speech Agency of Metropolitan Baltimore.
HASA ia a private, non-profit and leads the way as a direct service provider, information resource center and advocate for people of all ages and income who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have speech-language disabilities.
Give them a call at 410.318.6780 or arrange a tour today!
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