Audiology

Improving the quality of life

Early detection of hearing loss is critical for intervention.

The Holley Institute in Detroit

The Holley Institute, a non-profit organization founded in 1993, provides services and programs aimed at improving the quality of life of people who are deaf, deaf/blind and hard of hearing.

The Holley Family Village, located at De Sales Center on Lake Vineyard in the Irish Hills of Brooklyn, Michigan, offers educational, recreational and mental health programs to help patients and their families cope with hearing loss. 

Because early detection of hearing loss is critical for intervention, Holley Institute volunteers screen all newborn infants for deafness and hearing loss at St. John Hospital and Medical Center.  The Institute also offers classes in American Sign Language (ASL) to help educate the local and hospital communities.

The Holley Institute, a non-profit organization founded in 1993, provides services and programs aimed at improving the quality of life of people who are Deaf, Deaf/blind and hard of hearing. 

The Holley Institute owns and operates the Carls Family Village, located in the Irish Hills of Brooklyn, Michigan,  here it offers educational, recreational and mental health programs for the Deaf, Deaf/blind and hard of hearing children, adults and their families.   

Because early detection of hearing loss is critical for intervention, Holley Institute volunteers screen all newborn infants for deafness and hearing loss at St. John Hospital & Medical Center. The Institute also offers classes in American Sign Language (ASL) to help educate the local and hospital communities. 

To learn more, visit https://www.holleyfv.org/

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