Save the Date! March 9, 2024
On Saturday, March 9th, the CCHAT community will come together for the 12th Annual CCHAT Uncorked 2024, presented by Lund Construction and Calvada Food Sales. With this year's safari theme, it will be a wonderful night filled with food, drinks, fun and fundraising while celebrating the life-changing program that is CCHAT. Sponsorship opportunities and tickets are available now!
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17th Annual Bike 4 Fun 2023
We are 𝗧𝗛𝗥𝗜𝗟𝗟𝗘𝗗 to announce that 𝗕𝗶𝗸𝗲 𝟰 𝗙𝘂𝗻 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟯, presented by Miller’s Ace Hardware , raised a total of $𝟰𝟲,𝟲𝟭𝟲 for CCHAT kids and our program! Thank you to everyone who donated in support of this fundraiser, our incredibly generous 𝙏𝙚𝙖𝙢 𝘼𝙡𝙪𝙢𝙣𝙞 members, and our 16 gracious sponsors! It was a truly special day for our community!
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12th Annual CCHAT Uncorked 2024

12th Annual CCHAT Uncorked 2024

March 9, 2024

Save the date for our 12th annual CCHAT Uncorked - Safari for a night of food, drinks, fun and fundraising to benefit the children with hearing loss at CCHAT!

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At-Home Parent Resources & Activities for Children with Hearing Loss

At-Home Parent Resources & Activities for Children with Hearing Loss

February 7, 2024

CCHAT knows that a large portion of learning occurs when children are off campus and at home with family members. We’ve put together this list of online resources for parents to use to educate, entertain and engage their children when outside of school.

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How Parents Can Support the Education of Their Child with Hearing Loss

How Parents Can Support the Education of Their Child with Hearing Loss

January 12, 2024

There are many ways that parents can build on what is taught in a structured, school setting and aid in the development of their child’s listening, language and independence skills.

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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.

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Baby & Me

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

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

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Kindergarten & Primary

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

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Meet Kendall and Kolby

Twin 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 literacy 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.

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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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Frequently 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 are provided at no charge for children who are deaf and 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 and 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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