At Deaf & Hear Alberta:

We want a world free of communication barriers for the Deaf and hard of hearing, for we believe that communication is a basic human right.

We envision a society where the hearing population understands, accepts and embraces the Deaf and hard of hearing.

Our Mission:

To bring together Deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing Albertans with service and technology options to advance access and opportunity.

Our Vision:

A world where the Deaf, hard of hearing, and those at risk of hearing loss are recognized and respected so they can fully participate in society.

Contact Equipment/Accessibility Services at Deaf & Hear Alberta Head Office:

By Mail: Deaf & Hear Alberta, 63 Cornell Road NW, Calgary AB T2L 0L4

By Phone: 403-284-6215 or 1-866-471-2805 ext. 215

By Email: equipment@deafandhearalberta.ca

By Fax: 403-284-6215


By Text: 403-284-6215 during business hours only

Google Map https://goo.gl/maps/ZEb67

**All Transactions are completed in Canadian Funds (CAD).

We are easily accessible by Calgary Transit buses #4, 5, 20, 72, 73, 89, 145 and 414. More information can be found at
calgarytransit.com


VALUE ADDED SERVICE INCLUDED
Qualified equipment hearing specialists will provide individual and group assessments to ensure proper equipment selection for optimum quality of hearing improvement.

• Additional hearing loss can occur if you purchase equipment that is too loud or does not accurately match your hearing loss. Appropriate equipment selection ensures safety for future hearing loss prevention.
• In addition to helping assess your hearing needs and selecting appropriate equipment, our specialists will take the time to show you how to use your equipment. Contact us if you do like to test out the equipment in person.

BEST SELECTION

We offer the most comprehensive and up-to-date selection of equipment for the hard of hearing or deaf currently available on the market.

• We have sourced and tested equipment from a variety of retailers to ensure that we have the best quality of equipment available in the market.
• Our store is stocked with a wider selection of equipment to ensure that we can accurately address hearing solutions for a wide range of client hearing loss. Large box retailers typically carry equipment for minimal hearing loss.

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE
We work with audiologists, hard of hearing service providers and partners to stay on top of trends, industry standards and new technology.

EDUCATION & SUPPORT
As a non-profit charitable organization, the nominal profits from our equipment store are re-invested back into Deaf and Hear Alberta to support programs, education and advocacy.





WHO WE ARE:


Kathy Harrison, Accessibility Services Team Lead (Calgary)
Email:
kathyh@deafandhearalberta.ca Phone/Text/Fax: 403-284-6215 or 1-866-471-2805 ext. 215

Kathy joined Deaf & Hear Alberta in July of 2011. As the Accessibility Services Coordinator with Deaf & Hear Alberta, Kathy is responsible for individual consultations, hearing equipment assessments, and workplace audits. Prior to coming to Deaf & Hear Alberta, Kathy worked in customer service and so brings her extensive set of customer service skills with her. Kathy is learning American Sign Language so as to be able to communicate the basics with the Deaf community.

Together with her husband, Kathy is busy with lots of extra-curricular activities with their daughters.

Accessibility Services Coordinator (Edmonton)
Email:           Phone/Text/Fax: 587-400-9602
or 1-866-471-2805 ext. 221


Eunice Estrada, Accessibility Services Coordinator (Calgary)

Email: eunice@deafandhearalberta.ca Phone/Text/Fax: 403-284-6217 or 1-866-471-2805 ext. 217

Eunice joined Deaf & Hear Alberta in June 2017 as the part-time Accessibility Service Coordinator and is in the office from Tuesday to Thursday. Eunice is responsible for equipment consultations and helping clients with their online and in-person orders.

Throughout her career, Eunice has met people who were aware of their hearing loss but were not addressing it or were not properly informed. These experiences combined with her interest in hearing aid technology led her to go back to school and study to be a Hearing Instrument Specialist. She graduated from the Hearing Aid Practitioner program at Grant MacEwan University. During her down time, Eunice enjoys CrossFit and exploring city pathways with her dogs.