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Notice: Due to COVID-19, CCHAT will continue distance learning for the 2020-2021 school year starting August 25, 2020.
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14th Annual Bike 4 Fun

14th Annual Bike 4 Fun

October 5, 2020

This year, participants will be riding throughout their neighborhoods and local bike paths as we continue with distance learning due to COVID-19. This community event is vital to the sustainability of our program. Sponsorship opportunities are available!

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Parent Resources & Activities While You're Home

Parent Resources & Activities While You're Home

April 27, 2020

Being restricted to one place for an unspecified amount of time can be tough - but together with our students and their parents, we’ve put together this list of outside resources for you to use.

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Update on Hearing Aid Insurance Coverage For Children in California

Update on Hearing Aid Insurance Coverage For Children in California

In a recent blog post, we talked about the need to fight to get children’s hearing aids covered by health insurance. We know so much about how important healthy hearing is to developing babies.

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Give Your Child Who is Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing the Future They Deserve

CCHAT’s hearing programs are designed to help your child communicate with confidence and clarity.

Baby and Me Hearing Program - Sacramento

Baby & Me

Start laying the foundation for your newborn’s education with our weekly listening, speaking, and comprehension lessons.

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Toddler, Preschool, and Pre-K Hearing Programs

Toddler, Preschool & Pre-K

Our preschool programs can help unlock your child’s natural curiosity through carefully designed speech-language games and lessons.

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Kindergarten and Primary Hearing Programs

Kindergarten & Primary

With small class sizes, personalized attention, and state-approved curricula, your child can master lifelong communication skills.

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What You & Your Child Get

Does Your Child Have Hearing Loss?

Early diagnosis is the key to a happy, normal, and productive life.
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We Have Experience. We Understand.

Meet Kendall and Kolby

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.

Meet Their Mom, Licia

Join Our Parent Community

Parental involvement is a core component of CCHAT’s curriculum.

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.

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Frequetly Asked Questions

Do you teach English only?
No, we can speak and teach in both English and Spanish.
How much does CCHAT cost?
Our services, including the diagnostic hearing exam, are provided at no charge for children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families.
Is my child eligible for CCHAT?
A child with hearing impairment desiring a listening and spoken language approach can enroll in our program.
Is sign language the only option?
No. Children who are deaf or hard of hearing can learn spoken language.
What if my child is 3+ years old?
Even though we recommend early intervention, it’s never too late to enroll your child in our program.
Will it make a difference if I wait?
There is a small window of opportunity to correct the problem. And getting help between 0-3 years of age is critical.
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