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16th Annual Bike 4 Fun 2022
CCHAT's annual fundraiser, Bike 4 Fun, will be October 18, 2022, and CCHAT children with hearing loss will be cruising as fast as they can on their bikes, scooters and wagons. This community celebration is vital to the sustainability of our program. Check back soon for how to donate. Looking to sponsor? Click the button below to find information on sponsorship levels and how to sign up.
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16th Annual Bike 4 Fun 2022 - Save the Date!

16th Annual Bike 4 Fun 2022 - Save the Date!

October 18, 2022

On October 18th, CCHAT students and their friends will race around the track for the 16th annual Bike 4 Fun, an event that raises critical funds for children with hearing loss at CCHAT.

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Support Team Alumni for Bike 4 Fun

Support Team Alumni for Bike 4 Fun

September 8, 2022

Over the past 15 years, hundreds of CCHAT students have kicked off a new school year by jumping on their bikes and racing around the track at Bike 4 Fun. Make a donation of any kind and join Team Alumni.

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What Is Listening and Spoken Language?

What Is Listening and Spoken Language?

September 7, 2022

LSL is based on the understanding that children who are deaf and hard of hearing can learn to speak, listen, read and write with the same fluency as their hearing peers.

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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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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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Does Your Child Have Hearing Loss?

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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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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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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, including the diagnostic hearing exam, 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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