Learn about our favorite new hearing technologies, recent community awards/events, and “Apps We Love” for boosting your childs speech, in our latest edition of the Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic Newsletter!
Our speech director Maryam Sadrzadeh, M.S., CCC-SLP will join clinicians in leading five groups of UW Medical SLP graduate students through different approaches for voice therapy tomorrow at Eagleson Hall at the University of Washington.
On Sunday, February 25th, our speech-language pathologist Jessica Lasser CCC-SLP presented at the Redmond Library for the conference, Raising a Gifted Child hosted by BK Academy a School for Gifted Children. Jessica discussed signs of speech and language deficits commonly found in gifted children with learning disabilities as well as tips for assessment, treatment, and accommodations. Here are some photos of Jessica presenting at the event!
Clinic Director Ruth Norwood received an award from Pitzer College President Melvin Oliver as the 2018 Volunteer of the Year for her work in strengthening Pitzer’s Career Development Program. At the awards ceremony in Claremont, CA Ruth highlighted Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic’s connection to Pitzer in hosting six student internships/job shadows. We are proud of Ruth’s hard work!
See our speech-language pathologist Jessica Lasser CCC-SLP this Sunday at the Redmond Library! Reserve now: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSfdGn2fDBnC1UgoyL…/viewform
Join our 2018 patient classes in Kirkland!
Contact our office for availability at 425.899.5050
Join our Audiologists in Bellevue (Tuesday, February 27), Redmond (Wednesday, February 28), and Kirkland (Thursday, March 1) for a three-day hearing technology Special Event. You’re invited to a free hearing technology consultation. Call us at 425-882-4347 to schedule your appointment!
This Throwback Thursday takes us back to our 2008 Turn It Down: Ear-Responsible Concert. Hosted at the Kirkland Teen Union Building and sponsored by Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic, Grammy U, Westone, House Ear Institue, and Oticon, the evening was headlined by Portugal the Man. Since our third annual Turn It Down concert, Portugal. the Man can now be found at festivals like Coachella in 2018. The event brought out more than 250 concert-goers and all performances were at safe listening levels (under 100dB). Our custom hearing protection was given out and $1,614 was raised for equipment that could provide a safer listening space at Kirkland Teen Union Building. Check out these local articles from the event in Seattle PI, Mix Online, and The Kirkland Reporter.
Portugal. The Man’s top song “Feel It Still” now tops over 285,000,000 listens on Spotify; check out this live stripped down version by the band.
Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic (ESHC) celebrated the holidays on Friday January 5th at Glassybaby in Madrona. Founded in Seattle, Glassybaby is best known for its colorful hand-blown glass candles. Staff, family, and friends joined together for an evening of glassblowing and celebrating another successful year at ESHC. The ESHC family had the opportunity to make handblown bowls, orbs, and paperweights. Best of all, 10% of the event costs were donated to Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission aiding the homeless of King County.