Heuser Hearing Institute is a nonprofit organization based in Louisville, KY, that serves people of all ages and demographics in many diverse communities and regions across the great states of Kentucky and Indiana. Founded in 1948 as the Louisville Deaf Oral School by the Woman’s Club of Louisville and the Kiwanis Club of Louisville, the organization has grown from one tiny classroom in the basement of the Woman’s Club of Louisville into a large, multifaceted organization serving people with a range of hearing and speech challenges.
Today, our vast team of staff, physicians, teachers, board members, audiologists, and volunteers offers many services and programs to the community. HHI is home to the Heuser Hearing Research Center and comprises three unique branches:
Learn more about our goals, history, team, and supporting groups by reading through the information on this site. Visit the links above to discover the details on the programs and services offered by Kentucky’s historical haven for hearing health, Heuser Hearing Institute, which has proudly helping the people of Kentucky and Indiana for nearly 70 wonderful years.