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CHS Summer Student, Samantha Meehan
My amazing summer job experience at CHS July 30, 2018

When I saw the posting for summer jobs at the Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) on Indeed, I had never heard of CHS before. I am so grateful that I was given this opportunity as I have learned so much in eight weeks. The first few weeks I spent researching various issues relating to mental health in the Deaf community. I joked that my “mind was being blown,” but it was the truth.

Almut and Jacob
Why we gave a Gift of Gratitude to CHS July 26, 2018

By Jordana Sheps and Kevin Greenglass

When our son, Jacob, was diagnosed with hearing loss at three months old, we were concerned about what this might mean for him in the future. Luckily, we were connected with Almut Vogel, a speech-language pathologist at the Canadian Hearing Society (CHS), for weekly speech therapy. 

Photo of Nguyet Duong-Seto
Adjusting to life in Canada with support from CHS July 19, 2018

My name is Nguyet Duong-Seto and I am Deaf. I was born in Vietnam. I have 13 siblings, all who currently live in Vietnam, including two sisters and one brother who are also Deaf.

Busting Myths about Hearing Loss
Busting myths about hearing loss June 7, 2018


Rex Banks Au.D., Reg. CASLPO, Doctor of Audiology


How CHS’s support put my daughter on the path to success June 7, 2018
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By Karen Mathewson

John and Sally Eaton
Funder profile – The John C. and Sally Horsfall Eaton Foundation May 31, 2018

The last name “Eaton” is synonymous with philanthropy, thanks, in part, to the generosity of the John C. and Sally Horsfall Eaton Foundation. The Foundation is fronted by philanthropist and former businessman John Craig Eaton II and his wife Sally Horsfall Eaton. Through their combined efforts, the Foundation provides financial support to organizations from a variety of sectors, including health, education, and arts and culture.

Where are they now?: Employment Services client Erin Burrell April 6, 2018

By Erin Burrell

Hi, remember me? I’m Erin. Four years ago, I shared a story about how I was humiliated at my first job by being required to wear a vest with extra large letters on the back declaring “I AM DEAF” as a “safety” requirement for my employer. At the time, the Canadian Hearing Society assisted me in resolving this matter. Soon after, again with CHS’s assistance, I obtained an exciting new job at a daycare centre.

It’s a Noisy World July 3, 2019


Rex Banks, Au.D., Doctor of Audiology Director of Hearing Healthcare 

CHS scholarship winner shares goal of creating sustainable hearing aid in TV interview February 14, 2018

Earlier this week, Josh Gomes, first-year Carleton University engineering student and scholarship winner as part of the Canadian Hearing Society’s (CHS) National Scholarship Program, was featured on an episode of AMI This Week.

CONNECT mental health counselling services: A unique program for unique needs February 8, 2018

By Daniela Sota, Director of Counselling Programs


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