Health Care

ASU partnership provides free hearing services to low-income Arizonans

Posted 7/23/21

When Michele Michaels became program manager at the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing four years ago, she started keeping track of those who called seeking services but couldn’t afford the care. Today, her list includes more than 500 names — and is being put to good use.

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