Friends for Breakfast
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!
Assistive Technology for Children with Hearing Impairment in the Classroom
Most mainstream schools aren’t designed to accommodate the needs of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. It is not uncommon for students with audiological challenges to be redirected to specialty programs in the area.Keep Reading
My Baby Failed a Hearing Test in One Ear. What Should I Do?
It’s never too early to have your child’s hearing tested. CCHAT’s curriculum is designed to help your child overcome their hearing challenges and matriculate into a mainstream school.Keep Reading
How Much Are Hearing Aids for Children – and Does Insurance Cover Them?
With proper testing, fitting, and training – hearing aids can transform one’s life. By amplifying the sound that travels through the ear’s passageway, hearing aids allow more information to reach the auditory nerve and brain.Keep Reading
Cochlear Implant Pros and Cons for Children
Most assistive hearing devices work by amplifying sound. Hearing aids, for example, help boost auditory signals – allowing more information to reach the brain for processing. And with proper fitting and training, these devices can help with the user’s hearing ability.Read More
Big Day of Giving 2018 - Thank You!
This special event was a 24-hour online giving challenge on May 3, 2018 that brought the community together to help raise money and shine a spotlight on all the great work nonprofits are doing in our region. This year marked CCHAT’s 4th year participating in the Big Day of Giving.Read More
Welcome to Our New Website!
We're excited to announce the launch of CCHAT's new website! We've been working away on improving how we can help parents from around the area find us, get educated, and easily get into contact with us to help their child who is deaf or hard of hearing.Read More