Heuser Hearing Institute (HHI) is a multi-specialty nonprofit campus promoting the needs of children and adults with disorders of hearing and balance. Our organization has served Louisville and many of the surrounding Kentucky and Indiana communities since 1948 and began as the Louisville Deaf Oral School many decades ago.
Today, the institute includes three facilities: Heuser Hearing & Language Academy, which offers outstanding preschool and kindergarten programs for children with speech and hearing challenges; Heuser Hearing Clinic, which is home to a staff of audiologists and otolaryngologists serving patients of all ages; and Heuser Early Intervention Program, which provides home-based services for infants and toddlers through the Kentucky and Indiana First Steps programs.
Heuser Hearing Institute aims to support, promote and create healthy hearing throughout the Kentucky and Indiana communities we serve. We work in 18 Kentucky counties and seven Southern Indiana counties to offer outstanding hearing healthcare services, educational programs, research findings and parent-infant outreach measures. Throughout our extensive history, Heuser Hearing Institute has sought to promote…Read More
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2018-2019 Heuser Hearing Institute Board of Directors EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE LouAnn Atlas, President H.I. Stroth, Jr., Vice President Suzanne Moeller, Treasurer and Secretary Pam Thompson, Butterfly Society President Jeannie Livesay Joseph Thornton COMMUNITY AT LARGE Brad Broecker, Past President Will Buschmann Shannon Cogan Laura Dausman Beckie Ennis Jenny Headlee Tim Heid Kristie Hicks Crenshaw Derek Hoppe…Read More
In 1948, the Woman’s Club of Louisville and the Kiwanis Club of Louisville collaborated to sponsor the creation of the Louisville Deaf Oral School. The nonprofit school was the first of its kind in the state of Kentucky and aimed to serve children with hearing, speech, language and processing problems. The Louisville Deaf Oral School was built on a…Read More