Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres
Persons with, or at risk for, hearing, speech, language
disorders will achieve an enhanced quality of life.
Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Foundation Values
The Foundation is motivated to help those with hearing, speech, and language challenges.
The Foundation is professional in its efforts to solicit funds.
The Foundation acts with great care in allocating funds to the purpose for which they were raised.
The Foundation raises awareness of the need and makes meaningful to individuals the solutions.
The Foundation is driven by volunteerism as the basis for success.
About NOVA SCOTIA HEARING AND SPEECH FOUNDATION
Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Centres is a program of the provincial Department of Health.
Established in 1963.
From a single site on Robie Street in Halifax with five staff members to 120 professional clinicians and support staff working at 33 sites in 25 communities across the province.
Hearing services to all Nova Scotians.
Speech-language services to preschool children and adults.
21,000 Nova Scotians make 55,000 visits annually for treatment.
Since 1999, the Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Foundation has reached out to the community for support and has made it possible to deliver important educational programming, purchase essential equipment, and expand the services offered the Centres.
Working with the community, familiy and friends of those who are hearing and speech impaired, our partners in government, the Foundation seeks to raise funds because: Every person deserves a voice. Every voice deserves to be heard.