Performing a Daily Listening Check Using the LMH 10

March 8, 2024

Ensuring that our students who are deaf and hard of hearing have access to optimal sound quality is a top priority at CCHAT. One way this is done is by conducting daily listening checks with each student in our program.

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At-Home Parent Resources & Activities for Children with Hearing Loss

February 7, 2024

CCHAT knows that a large portion of learning occurs when children are off campus and at home with family members. We’ve put together this list of online resources for parents to use to educate, entertain and engage their children when outside of school.

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Hearing Protection Tips for Children

September 18, 2023

Children of all ages are often exposed to many events involving loud noise. Whether your child has typical hearing or retains residual hearing from mild-to-moderate loss, it is important to take precautions to protect their ears from potentially damaging sound.

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The Benefits of Music for Children with Hearing Loss

November 8, 2022

Whether slow and soothing or fast and upbeat, music provides joy and entertainment for everyone. For children with hearing loss, research shows that music also serves as an invaluable language development tool.

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Sports for Children with Hearing Loss

May 11, 2022

The benefits of playing sports are especially important for children who are deaf and hard of hearing. While families of children with hearing loss may be hesitant to sign up for youth sports due to physical or social concerns, there are steps that can be taken to help make the experience enjoyable for everyone involved. 

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Wearing a Mask with Your Hearing Aids

July 31, 2020

See clever tips to protect your ears and hearing aids while wearing a mask from Oticon.

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Tips from a Real Mom: Helping Your Child with Hearing Loss Develop Social Skills and Make Friends

August 20, 2019

You might be wondering how you can help your child make friends and reach social milestones. The good news is that there are things you can do as parents to support your children, with or without hearing loss, in the development of social skills.

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