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Hearing Screening and Assistance: About

The Lexington Lions Club provides hundreds of free hearing screenings to adults and children
each year. The Lexington Lions Club can provide financial assistance for hearing aids, if you meet the requirements. Call 859-317-8570 to see if you qualify.

In the last two fiscal years to the present time, the Lexington Lions Club has provided hearing aids to eligible individuals. The club funds a
special retreat each year for deaf individuals. Summer camps for deaf children are
also funded.

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donation button.

Hearing Screening and Assistance: About


The Hearing & Speech Center provides services to over 1,200 individuals with communication delays or impairments a year, twinkle to wrinkle. Services are provided through three core program areas: The early childhood education services of the Early Learning Center, the speech-language services of the Speech-Language Center, and the audiology services of The Family Hearing Center. The Lexington Lions Club Foundation has supported The Hearing & Speech Center for many years, most recently supporting their pediatric audiology program. The Hearing & Speech Center is grateful for the long standing partnership of the Lexington Lions Club and their commitment to support The Hearing & Speech Center’s mission of providing sound beginnings.

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Helping a client of The Hearing & Speech Center


Children in preschool at the Hearing & Speech center

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Hearing Screening and Assistance: Services


The Department of American Sign Language and Interpreter Education (ASLIE) strives to promote equality and respect of Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard of Hearing people and their diverse communities. We are united towards this goal as a diverse learning and teaching community comprised of a balance of both Deaf and hearing faculty and staff. Our program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Interpretation Education (CCIE). We offer a 4-year BS degree which trains students to become skilled at sign language interpreting so that upon graduation a student can begin working as an interpreter for the Deaf, a career that has many benefits and advantages.


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Hearing Screening and Assistance: Services
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