Many health providers have clients or patients that need assistance accessing appropriate hearing care solutions. But they are unsure about where and how to send people.
Hearing Partnership™ provides staff training and system navigation support to primary care physicians or family health centers, agencies providing services to seniors, and others.
Agencies may also refer patients to our Hears to Life!™ Coaching Services or directly to our model practice, Beauport Hearing Care™.
Hearing Partnership™ partners with collaborating health providers to integrate CHW approaches. We help partner organizations assist their patients to access the full range of hearing care services they need and deserve.
We are able to tailor the Hears to Life!™ services we offer to meet particular health provider needs. Interested providers are invited to contact Hearing Partnership™ to arrange for a discussion of the possibilities.
For more information on the role and value of 'community health workers' (CHWs), see the Massachusetts Department of Public Health report, Achieving the Triple Aim: Success with Community Health Workers.
Hearing Partnership™ has launched a pilot hearing aid practice to model how the allied public health “community health worker” (CHW) function integrates in practice operations. The pilot hearing health care practice is Beauport Hearing Care™ in Magnolia, Massachusetts. (Learn more about 'community health workers' (CHWs) and our practice vision under the "Research and Advocacy" menu item above).
Beauport Hearing Care™ provides hearing evaluations, auditory related screening and referrals to medical practitioners according to board approved clinical protocols. Hearing assistive technology solutions are recommended when clinically appropriate based on individual patient need. Hearing instrument services, hearing coaching and other patient services are provided with CHW approaches under clinical supervision. See the Beauport Hearing Care™ website for more information about services available.