Big Day of Giving 2023
Big Day of Giving 2023 is around the corner and your donations will help make dreams become a reality!Event Details
Gift Ideas to Promote Listening and Spoken Language for Children with Hearing Loss
Your child benefits most when you take a proactive approach to playtime. Incorporating plenty of listening and language opportunities will help children develop their communication skills, all while having fun!Keep Reading
Support Team Alumni for Bike 4 Fun
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.More Details
Big Day of Giving 2022 - THANK YOU!!
Thank you to everyone who contributed to this year's campaign, as we celebrated our 25th anniversary and the students who make CCHAT the amazing place that it is!Event Details
Social Skills for Children with Hearing Loss
The development of social skills is important for all children. At the CCHAT Center, these skills take on even greater importance for students who are deaf and hard of hearing.Learn More
Happy Holidays - Celebrating 25 Years!
Happy Holidays from the CCHAT Center in Sacramento! Sending love from our families to yours.Keep Reading
8th Annual Holly Jolly Celebration
The CCHAT community came together for a festive night at Blue Line Arts in Roseville. With an outpouring of love, CCHAT raised $22,000 in support of our children with hearing loss! Thank you for making Holly Jolly a joyful celebration!Event Details
CCHAT Impact Report 2021
As we move into our 25th school year this fall, we send out heartfelt THANKS for all you do to help sustain our program. Our dedicated staff could not do what we do without your love and commitment to CCHAT.Keep Reading
Become a CCHAT Roadie for Bike 4 Fun 2021!
Jump on your bike and go for a ride in support of CCHAT kids! CCHAT students are gearing up for the 15th annual Bike 4 Fun fundraiser on October 19th!Register Now!
1996: CCHAT’s First Year
CCHAT is preparing to enter its 25th year of providing listening and spoken language services to children with hearing loss.Keep Reading
Self-Advocacy Skills for Children with Hearing Loss
At the CCHAT Center, creating independence for children with hearing loss is one of our ultimate goals. This includes the development of self-advocacy skills that help build confidence as students prepare to return to mainstream schools.Keep Reading
Parenting a Child with Hearing Loss
Helping students with hearing loss achieve their maximum potential requires teamwork between professionals and parents. Parent participation is vital to a child’s success.Keep Reading
What is the 1, 3, 6 Criteria & Why it’s Important for Your Child
In honor of Better Speech & Hearing Month, we're sharing how the CCHAT Center utilizes the 1, 3, 6 criteria as the ideal testing and intervention pathway for children who are deaf and hard of hearing.Keep Reading
Everything You Need To Know About BAHA Implants for Children
Some children who are deaf and hard of hearing use traditional hearing aids to amplify sounds, and it works incredibly well for them. Unfortunately for others, traditional hearing aids aren’t the best solution and the possibility of implanted devices should be explored.Learn More
Everything You Need To Know About Central Auditory Processing Disorder
Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) is a condition that children can be born with or develop over time. Occasionally, CAPD can be confused with Autism or ADHD, but it’s only after a careful and accurate evaluation from an audiologist that you will have a reliable diagnosis.Learn More
Everything You Need to Know About Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder
People often get confused when they hear about Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD). To help you understand how it could affect your child’s ability to learn in a classroom and communicate effectively, we’ve created this easy-to-understand guide to ANSD.Learn More
7th Annual Holly Jolly Celebration - THANK YOU!
With your support, CCHAT enjoyed its most successful Holly Jolly Holiday Celebration to date, raising $24,345 for the children with hearing loss that we serve!Keep Reading
Let’s Make 2021 A Great Year for the CCHAT Center
As it was for so many, 2020 was a year like no other for the CCHAT Center. Thanks to the amazing CCHAT community, our team persevered and withstood all of the challenges presented during the year.Keep Reading
CCHAT's Impact Report | October 2020
Thank you! 2020 has been a very challenging year with the COVID-19 pandemic. Now more than ever, we are so grateful for the community that has funded, volunteered, celebrated and advocated for the CCHAT Center through the years.Keep Reading
What Are The Benefits Of Teletherapy?
Teletherapy at the CCHAT Center is essentially a type of distance learning service where we can teach students and parents over the internet using laptops, tablets, or smartphones - reducing the need for in-person sessions.Keep Reading
Teletherapy: What It Is And How It Helps Your Child
At the CCHAT Center, our team has been working hard to ensure our students still receive the help they need to develop their speech and language, despite ongoing closures.Keep Reading
Bike 4 Fun 2020 Recap
A HUGE thank you to everyone who participated, donated and supported the children of CCHAT in our annual Bike 4 Fun event. Raising over $35,000, it was our most successful B4F to day!Keep Reading
Become a CCHAT Roadie for Bike 4 Fun 2020!
Bike 4 Fun 2020 is a virtual event -- and it's not just for the kids! Sign up to be a CCHAT Roadie and pledge to take a ride for CCHAT between Oct. 5-9. Grab your wheels, gather friends & family, and hit the road, path or track in your neighborhood! You even have the option to create your own fundraising page!Register Now!
Wearing a Mask with Your Hearing Aids
See clever tips to protect your ears and hearing aids while wearing a mask from Oticon.Keep Reading
Improving the Mainstream Classroom For Deaf Children Post COVID-19
As we return back into classrooms in the fall, it’s important not to forget everything we’ve learned during our time at home.Keep Reading
May Is Better Hearing & Speech Month
The month of May is Better Hearing & Speech Month! This annual celebration aims towards raising awareness for the many challenges faced by people who are deaf and hard of hearing in their day-to-day lives.Keep Reading
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.Keep Reading
The Importance of ‘Serve And Return’ for Children with Hearing Loss
Children with hearing loss are in need of the same ‘serve and return’ experience as typical hearing children. It is critical to help them develop conversational competency.Learn More
2019 Annual Letter
A personal letter from a family impacted greatly by CCHAT's listening and spoken language programs.Read More
CCHAT CIT Summer Program 2019
See what one of the Counselor's in Training had to say about CCHAT's 2019 summer program!Read More
Audiology Awareness Month
October is National Audiology Awareness Month with an emphasis on increasing awareness of audiology and hearing protection.Learn More
We're Back! CCHAT Kicks Off 23rd Year!
CCHAT students have now been in class for 3 weeks and all the kids -- even the toddlers! -- are loving their new teachers and classes.Read More
Highlights from the 2018-2019 Program Year
We are grateful for your ongoing support of our mission and the students that we serve. Check out what we have been doing so far this year!Read More
May Is Better Hearing & Speech Month
May is officially Better Hearing & Speech Month – an annual celebration designed to raise awareness of the many communication challenges that those who are deaf and hard of hearing face on a daily basis.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