What to Expect at a CCHAT Hearing Appointment
In addition to its center-based services for children with hearing loss, CCHAT performs a number of audiological tests and diagnostic exams for the general public.Keep Reading
Understanding an Audiogram
When an audiologist performs a hearing test, the results are delivered in an audiogram. Understanding the results in an audiogram is important for families of children with hearing loss.Learn More
The Importance of Early Detection of Mild to Moderate Hearing Loss in Children
As children develop, they learn through touch, smell, sight, taste and of course, sound. When a child is born deaf or hard of hearing, they learn differently from children who are born with typical hearing.Keep Reading
My Newborn Failed a Hearing Test in Both Ears. What Should I Do?
For most parents, newborn hearing tests are just a formality. They are a courtesy service provided in the hospital – just days after welcoming your baby into the world. But what happens if your new bundle of joy fails these routine hearing exams?Keep Reading
How Do I Test My Newborn Baby’s Hearing?
If you’re one of those parents, learning that your newborn may be deaf or hard of hearing can come as a devastating shock. And that’s assuming your baby has been properly tested in the first place.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