UNH Center Now Offers Hearing Aid Dispensing


Contact: Sharon Keeler
603-862-1566
UNH Media Relations

February 5, 2004



DURHAM, N.H. -- The Speech, Language and Hearing Center in the University of New Hampshire’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders has expanded and now is offering hearing aid dispensing.

The clinic is located in Hewitt Hall and offers a variety of hearing services to UNH and surrounding communities. Mary Jane Sullivan, clinical audiologist, provides several diagnostic tests to determine if a hearing aid(s) would be beneficial. The most appropriate hearing aid technology is then chosen based on an individual's unique needs.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 603-862-2110.

Did you know?

• One in 10, or 28 million, Americans suffer from hearing loss.
• Hearing loss affects people of all ages.
• Hearing loss is the third most prevalent treatable condition among seniors.
• Hearing loss interferes with communications and can result in isolation and depression.
• Not all hearing aids are the same.
• Quality hearing healthcare is available at UNH.