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5900 Metro Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215-3207

410-318-6780 - voice
410-318-6759 - fax

Office HoursM-F 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Evening hours by appointment.
Contact 1Erin Stauder
CEO/Executive Director
410-318-6780 - voice
Contact 2Ilana Glazer
External Relations Director
Contact 3Olga Polites
Director, Speech-Language Pathology and Hearing Health Services
Contact 4Dana Reinhardt
Education Director, Gateway School
PurposeHASA is a service provider, information center, and advocate for people with deafness, hearing loss, speech/language disabilities, and other communication differences.
ServiceA private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with three core programs. The Clinical Services Program provides comprehensive audiology, speech-language therapy, including therapy for fluency and voice, and occupational therapy services. CIRS Interpreting offers sign language classes, sign language (ASL), and oral interpreting to businesses, public institutions, individuals and families throughout Maryland. Gateway School is a 12-month, nonpublic, coeducational facility for children ages 2 through 15 with communication challenges. Volunteers are welcome. For more information, please call 410-318-6780 or visit us at hasa.org.
EligibilityService by appointment only.
FeesFees charged for clinical services; sliding fee scale available. Most major health insurance and medical assistance accepted.
Ages ServedServes all ages.
Area ServedServes Baltimore City and central Maryland
SubjectsAdult Education, Deaf And Hearing Impaired, Interpreters/Translators, Learning Disabilities, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Preschool Programs, Special Education, Speech Therapy
Last Updated11 March 2021