May is National Speech-Language-Hearing Month


Proclamation

Communication disorders are among the most common conditions in children and adults, affecting tens of millions of people in the United States alone. Left untreated, these disorders can negatively impact a person’s academic, social, and career success—as well as their overall quality of life.

With early intervention and treatment, many communication disorders can be reversed or even prevented. However, treatment at any age or any stage can make a positive impact.

Therefore, I am pleased to join with the citizens of Cambridge in recognizing May as National Speech-Language-Hearing Month. I salute the hearing instrument specialists, audiologists and speech-language pathologists in our community who dedicate themselves every day to improving the lives of their clients, patients, and students.

Let’s also recognize the needs of those among us who have hearing, speech, language, and swallowing disorders—and do all that we can to ensure that they have access to the services of audiologists and speech-language pathologists who can help them communicate effectively and swallow safely.

Take charge of your hearing health and come in for a free hearing assessment. Enhance not only your health, but also your professional endeavors, interpersonal connections, and overall happiness. Don’t delay—reach out to the experts at New Hope Hearing now to arrange your complimentary hearing assessment. Let’s elevate your quality of life together and ensure you never miss out on life’s beautiful melodies!