Making the most of the hearing we have - Since 1979
Communicaid for Hearing Impaired Persons (CHIP) is a non-profit volunteer organization. It is run by and for hearing-impaired persons who have lost part of their hearing as adults or are late-deafened.
It has catered to the English speaking hearing-impaired community in and around Greater Montreal since 1979; while Institut Raymond-Dewar (IRD) serves the French speaking community.
CHIP’s mandate is to help and encourage the hearing-impaired to increase their quality of life by offering a variety of programs, courses, workshops, and seminars related to the hearing-impaired.
There is a Resource Centre that displays numerous devices that are currently on the market that clients can try at their leisure.
CHIP is conveniently located in the west end of Montreal close to downtown and public transportation.