Low-income hearing health care expanded to all three Arizona universities

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“The clinic, part of ASU’s College of Health Solutions, offers diagnostic care and speech and language therapy for thousands of patients annually. Patients arriving at the on-campus clinic work with team members and students to develop a care plan and review their hearing loss needs. While open to anyone seeking hearing health, the clinic offers care for low-income adults 21 or older with an income at or below 150% of the poverty level, funded through the Hearing Healthcare Assistance Project, a partnership of the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing with the state’s public universities. Since partnering with ACDHH on the assistance project in 2021, the clinic has provided free care for nearly 80 adults.”

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