A HSDC Legacy Karen Philo-House, one of our most beloved and long-term staff members of our Hearing, Speech & Deaf Center (HSDC) family, retired as a Parent-Infant Program (PIP) Specialist this past May. She leaves behind an extraordinary legacy whose impact in our community cannot be overstated and will be felt for decades to come….

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“We were challenged to re-imagine how leadership works to increase equity and improve outcomes for the population we serve.” -Ariele Belo What’s happening right now at HSDC? Lindsay: HSDC has had a lot of changes over the years, but this one is a doozy. We are shaking things up. Leadership needs to be equitable and…

Read more: New Director Announcement: Interview with Co-Directors Ariele Belo & Lindsay Klarman

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Read more: Removing Communication Barriers During the Pandemic

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