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