Make an appointment with one of our partners to get a hearing test. Then call to schedule a hearing consultation in person with our audiologists.
Over 40 million people in the U.S. have hearing loss and the number of young adults with hearing loss has increased.
Hearing loss counseling empowers people with hearing loss to seek treatment and remain active and independent. This benefits not only the individual but the community as a whole.
Hearing connects us to the world around us. It helps us to be aware, enjoy life and feel safe in our environment.
Hearing loss is linked to depression, social isolation as well an overall decrease in mental and physical health.
Sounds are all around us, like people whispering, birds chirping and water splashing,
Partners in Hearing
Our mission: Helping people with hearing loss overcome barriers so they can participate fully in life.
We have a heart for helping people hear better
Jennifer Meeks, Au.D.
Hear-Say's Doctor of Audiology, Jennifer Meeks, has transformed the lives of people with hearing loss for over 20 years. She has provided hearing services in ear, nose and throat clinics, hospitals, long term care facilities, audiology private practices, public schools and universities. Dr. Meeks managed the nonprofit hearing clinic at the University of Houston Speech, Language & Hearing Clinic for many years. She is passionate about counseling adults and families on advanced hearing instruments and technology to remediate the effect of hearing loss. Her self professed calling is helping people with hearing loss to live active, independent and productive lives.
Maxine Russell, RN, Office Administrator
Crystal Wiggins, Au.D., Methodist Hospital
Connie Barragan, Au.D., Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital
Sumalai Maroonroge, Ph.D., Texas A & M Associate Professor
Gregory Meeks, Telecommunications Project Manager
Margaret Sharp, Au.D. Sharp Hearing The Audiology Center
Stephen Gubitz, Retired Banker & Community Volunteer
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