Fall Communication Workshops

Our Fall communication sessions schedule is finalized!

Understand the best ways to manage your hearing loss and relearn skills to help reconnect you with the world around you. These sessions are designed for people with a variety of listening challenges including (but not limited to) hearing loss, auditory processing disorder, attention deficit disorder, and anxiety. Learn tips and strategies to maximize communication in a variety of environments including restaurants, lectures, meetings, and in your own home.

Classes are free of charge for patients. Call 425-882-4347 to reserve a spot!

Individual sessions are offered on a flexible basis and group sessions are offered monthly.


Starkey Livio AI Review & Unboxing

Starkey Labs has unveiled a new line of hearing aids – the Livio AI. Livio AI is the world’s first hearing with artificial intelligence and tracks body and brain health through a Fitbit-like phone application. The Livio AI also has features like language translation and fall detection. Dr. Terence Limb Au.D. unboxed and reviewed the Livio AI after demoing them for two weeks! See the full Livio AI review below. 

About Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic: 

Serving the Eastside and greater Seattle for over 39 years, our Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists focus on patient care that is evidence-based, comprehensive, outcome dependent and individualized. We help with hearing loss, ringing in the ears, balance issues, speech and difficulty with pronunciation, language development, stuttering, voice therapy and more.

Transformation begins here… Contact us today to begin your journey.

Dr. Brianne Salzmann, Au.D., CCC-A

We are excited to welcome Brianne Salzmann, Au.D., CCC-A to Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic. Dr. Salzmann received her Doctorate in Audiology from the University of Colorado and her Bachelors Degree in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences and Marketing from the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder. Dr. Salzmann completed her Audiology Externship at the University of California San Francisco. Dr. Salzmann is a licensed audiologist in the State of Washington, a certified audiologist and member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), and a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. Her interests include running, backpacking, skiing, learning, sustainability, and cooking. Welcome to the ESHC family Dr. Salzmann! 

Poem: Journey of Hope

Happy Better Hearing & Speech Month! Accounts Manager Katie Colburn wrote this piece titled Journey of Hope.

Journey of Hope

A child speaks out

One voice, from a rasp to a whisper

From a stutter to a lisp

A letter or two gone missing

Socially inept, shyness or something more

The spectrum, not the place to be

The journey of hope, it starts right here


Reaching out as the change is made

Holding a hand maybe a calming voice

A breakthrough of sorts

The journey has just begun

The transition is on, only time will tell

Just a bit of hope, just a bit of faith

Yes, the journey of hope

It starts right here


Quiet times, or so it seems

The sounds of life are all around

From the songbird

To the buzz of a honeybee

From laughter on the playground

To the traffic in the streets

The sound of silence, not the place to be

The journey of hope, it starts right here


Reaching out as the change is made

Holding a hand maybe a calming voice

A breakthrough of sorts, the journey has just begun

The transition is on, only time will tell

Just a bit of hope, just a bit of faith

Yes, the journey of hope, it starts right here

Yes, it starts right here

Better Hearing and Speech Month

Since 1979, Evergreen Speech and Hearing Clinic has joined audiologists and speech pathologists throughout the nation in the celebration of Better Hearing and Speech Month each May. This month is dedicated to the recognition of the more than 42 million Americans of all ages who have communication disorders.

The City of Redmond has signed an official proclamation for the month of May as Better Hearing and Speech Month. 

Each year we work with the community to celebrate, educate, and recognize the importance of hearing and speech issues. We have several exciting plans for the upcoming month. We hope to see you at one of our special community events like our Hearing Health Seminar on Thursday, May 10th from 6:30-8PM at our Redmond Clinic. This Advanced Communication Workshop will be led by students from the University of Washington Doctor of Audiology program. Topics will include:

  • Understanding Your Audiogram
  • Brain & Hearing
  • Anatomy of the Ear
  • Listening Effort
  • Social Gatherings
  • Health Effects of Hearing Loss

On Sunday, May 13th we will be at the Kirkland Mother’s Day Half Marathon & 5K. Stop by our sponsor booth to make a chEAR Poster for your runner! 

The Hearing But Not Understanding Keynote by Dr. Jeanane Ferre Ph.D. will take place on Friday, May 18th at 1:30 PM. Dr. Ferre is a pioneering nationally recognized researcher in the field of Auditory Processing Disorder.

We hope to see you this month, please let us know your interest at rsvp@everhear.com

The Latest In Hearing Health

Come celebrate Better Hearing and Speech month at our Advanced Communication Workshop. Doctoral Students from the University of Washington Audiology Program will be presenting on better communication, topics include:

  • Brain & Hearing
  • Understanding Your Audiogram
  • Anatomy of the Ear
  • Listening Effort
  • Hearing at Social Gatherings
  • Health Effects of Hearing Loss

Please join us on Thursday, May 10th at 6:30PM in our Redmond Office!

Email us to RSVP or call us at (425)-882-4347