This course will address two current topics: supporting children who are deaf or hard of hearing (D/HH) and use listening and spoken language in the mainstream and addressing the needs of children who are D/HH with more than one language in the home.Register Now
Friends for Breakfast is an opportunity to visit CCHAT and learn more about the specialized listening and spoken language services that we provide. Attendees will have the opportunity to observe classroom and speech therapy settings and see, firsthand, the impact CCHAT has on children who are deaf or hard of hearing.RSVP Now!
Read the journal entry of an LSL mom as she learns about her child’s access to sound and progress toward developing her child’s listening and spoken language skills.Read More
Twins sisters, Kendall and Kolby, were diagnosed as profoundly deaf shortly after birth. At 4 months, they enrolled in CCHAT, where they began learning critical speaking, listening, and learning skills. Kendall and Kolby started mainstream preschool at 4.5 years. And today, both are honors high school students who play sports, ride horseback, and sing in the choir.
Discovering your child is deaf or hard of hearing can be a shock. But through our active community of parents, you can get the help and support you need. From guest speakers to guided tours to panel discussions, we provide countless ways to remain involved with your child's development.Join The Community
CCHAT services are provided at no charge to the families and children receiving them.
And with your generous support, we can keep it that way.