The Institut Raymond-Dewar

More than 150 years of commitment to rehabilitation for people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing

The Institut Raymond-Dewar has more than 35 years of experience in delivering rehabilitation services to people who are deafblind and to children with language development or auditory processing disorders.

This specialized and highly specialized multiregional centre is affiliated with Université de Montréal, Université du Québec à Montréal and Cégep du Vieux-Montréal.

The Institut Raymond-Dewar serves all ages:

  • Rehabilitation services for users with a hearing impairment (hearing loss, deafness, deafblindness) and language development disorders
  • Cochlear implant programming clinic
  • Quebec Sign Language (LSQ) training

The Institute also offers sensory and language technical aid services (such as hearing aids) as well as a cochlear implant programming clinic for users in western Quebec.

The Institut Raymond-Dewar receives over 5000 users each year, including more than 2200 children and adolescents each year, with more than 40 000 outpatient consultations, and close to 3000 appointments for technical aids, in particular auditory prostheses and cochlear implants.

“Thanks to the support of speech therapists and to my cochlear implants, I had no delay in learning how to communicate.”

— Hubert Nunes, deaf as a result of meningitis

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