It has been nearly 3 weeks since Hurricane Laura rocked out world.

It is heart-breaking to see such destruction to our community. Homes and businesses have been destroyed.

On the other hand, Louisianans are RESILIENT!

We’ve rebuilt before and we’ll do it again.

Neighbors are helping neighbors. Strangers are helping strangers.

We are Lake Charles Strong.

We now rebuild our community together.

Our Acadian Hearing office on 555 Dr. Michael DeBakey Drive suffered significant wind damage to the roof and the brick facade.

The good news for us is that it doesn’t look like there will be too much (if any) damage to the inside of our office.

The area has been tarped and the roof is nearly fixed at this point.

I will keep you updated as we rebuild, but please know that if you need any help whatsoever during this time, then we are here for you.

We even have some trusted audiology partners from out of town that are willing to help with any of your specific requests that we may be limited to help with during this time.

You can ‘Request a Callback’ by clicking here and our team will contact you as soon as we possibly call.

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Dr. Bridget B. Garrido, Au.D.

Dr. Garrido joined the Acadian Hearing & Speech Services team in 1994. She received her doctorate of audiology from Salus University in Elkins Park, PA, a master’s degree in communication disorders from LSU Medical Center in New Orleans, and an undergraduate degree from LSU Baton Rouge. Dr. Garrido is certified nationally from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and holds Louisiana state licensure.