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Hearing Clinic -- Northwestern Illinois Association

2002 East 5th Street, Sterling, IL 61081
(815) 625-7931
(815) 625-8098
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Angela Lew-Stolzoff, Audiologist; Kathy Reuter, Supervisor; Hearing Impaired Programs; Diane Finn, Supervisor; Vision/Multi-Ortho Programs; Rebecca Stegmair, Supervisor; Occupational/Physical Therapy Programs
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The Northwestern Illinois Association (N.I.A.) is a Regional Special Education Cooperative serving children with special needs ages birth-21 years. These students reside in our member school districts located in the 10 northwestern counties of Illinois (Boone, Carroll, DeKalb, Jo Daviess, Kane, Lee, Ogle, Stephenson, Whiteside, and Winnebago). The personnel of the NIA and of member districts and participating special education cooperatives work together to develop comprehensive services for children with special needs. Typically school districts provide the teacher, classroom, and basic educational materials and equipment for these children. The NIA provides specialized related and supported services for these programs and organizations.
Clinic hours are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, please make an appointment. The clinic offers audiological testing, hearing aid evaluation, consulting services, evaluations for hearing impaired, visually impaired, and othopedically impaired, and related services for hearing impaired, visually impaired, and othopedically impaired. The clinic also has a Lekotek Program, which is a toy lending library for special needs children from birth to eight years old. The average cost per year is $2500.
Services Provided
Child Development/Disabilities/Rehab

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