Audiology Clinic Updates

Last updated July 14, 2021.

Patients are currently seen by appointments only. All patients must wear a mask at all times on our campus. We expect our full range of services to resume in September 2021.

If you need hearing aid assistance, we have created a Hearing Aid Troubleshooting and Maintenance document that may help.

If you have further questions or concerns, please contact our clinic via email at or call (206) 323-5770 to leave your name and number only. Our receptionist or a provider will contact you within 5 business days.

Thank you for your patience. We look forward to seeing you again soon.

About Us

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A photo of HSDC's front desk. The wall on the left says "Audiology Reception". Two people stand in front of the desk, looking at a smiling receptionist with long dark hair and a blue dress. Above, a sign says "General Reception & Audiology Check-In". Behind the desk is an office setting with a large window.

Here at HSDC, we recognize that hearing loss is often more than just hearing. It’s about communication, participation, and even safety. People come to HSDC Audiology because they are missing conversations with family, a coworker’s joke, or telephone rings and fire alarms. They turn down trips to the movies or the restaurant with friends, because it’s too loud, too hard to hear, or not worth the effort.

If you or a loved one are beginning to suspect hearing loss, it can be a challenge to figure out where to start. We like to think of ourselves as your personal guides. We are here to answer questions and help get you to where you want to be.

Our clients value our philosophy of personalized service. You’re not just a patient. You’re a part of our community. With our emphasis on continuity of care, you’ll get to know your provider as we get to know you.

Questions? Ready to make an appointment? Contact us today!

Our Services

We see clients across the lifespan, from infants to elders (pediatric to geriatric), and across all levels of hearing loss, from mild to profound. As a nonprofit, we are able to offer access to hearing aids for all income levels, whether through our programs or through our community partners.

Our typical clients will see us for the following appointments:

We hope to renew our hearing aid walk-in hours and Communication Solutions Workshop when we can assure the safety of our clients and staff.

For clients or existing hearing aid users who need additional support at work, we also offer Work Accommodation Evaluations.

Learn more about our audiology services


Still have more questions about how to obtain a hearing aid? Struggling to cope with hearing loss? Need resources to assist in your job search? We’ve compiled a list of programs and organizations that can help.

View a list of local hearing aid and hearing loss resources

Contact Info


Appointment only


Seattle office, Floor 1


Phone (voice): 206-323-5770
Fax: 206-328-6871


Click on a staff member’s picture to learn more about them.
  • HSDC staff member Bunny Grewal smiles for camera. Bunny is feminine-presenting, with olive skin, dark hair, and glasses.

    Bunny Grewal

    Center Support Specialist

  • HSDC staff member Brad Ingrao smiles for the camera. Brad is light-skinned and masculine-presenting, with salt-and-pepper hair and a goatee. They are wearing glasses and a dark button-up shirt.

    Brad Ingrao, AuD


  • HSDC staff member Keito Omokawa smiles for the camera. Keito is light-skinned female, with brown hair, pull back in braids. She is wearing glasses and black scarf over maroon sweater.

    Keito Omokawa, AuD


Client Forms

New Client Intake Packets

Intake packets consist of all the individual forms new clients need to complete, in one convenient file.

Workplace Accommodation