Welcome to Keystone Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services!​

Your financial support helps to provide our much needed client services, advocacy, social events, hearing aid assistance and more.

Welcome Back Workshop

It's been two years and we've missed you! Join us for a brunch with health info, a special guest, and more!

Where: 1290 Broadcasting Rd. Suite 1
Wyomissing, PA 19610
(inside the Re/Max of Reading building, 1st door to the left)

When: November 14, 2022
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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VP: 484-388-4086
Voice: 610-685-4523
Email:

Support KDHHS with Extra Give

Our goal is to have 100 donors and raise $10,000

Your donations are how we continue to serve the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community!

When: Friday Nov 18, 2022

Where: Online or over the phone
Donate online on November 18th from 12AM-11:59PM
Call Karen VP at 717-283-4460
Call Kandy VP at 484-388-5162 or 610-685-4523 for voice

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Save the Date

KDHHS Holiday Celebration

Support KDHHS and celebrate the holiday season at Weaver's Banquet Hall Wednesday December 14 from 2-6PM!

There will be cash raffles, Chinese auctions, door prize, games, good food, and good friends!

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Keystone Deaf & Hard of Hearing provides clients services throughout Berks and Lancaster County, while also providing sign language interpreting services throughout southeastern PA.

See our Mission and Vision Statement as well as our current board members. Our dedicated Board Members volunteer their time and energy to help us serve you. We are always seeking volunteers to serve on our Board of Directors or on a Committee. Please email Kandy Reyes at .

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Sign Language Interpreter & Other Client Services

We Appreciate Your Feedback!

Feel free to leave us a review and call the office with any questions or concerns.

“Berks Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services is a valuable asset in the Berks County community. Highly trained professionals are ready to help with your hearing needs from sign language classes to medical devices for the hard of hearing. Berks Deaf holds an annual 5K/Walk fund raiser each May.”

Richard K.

“I go for ASL classes. Instructor is super nice, highlight of my week is when I go to class.”

Liz A.

“One of the best places in the country for the deaf and hard of hearing.”

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