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NYC Walk4Hearing Sep. 24, 2017, in Riverside Park

You’re invited to walk with the CHC Hikers September 24th as we support the 10th Annual New York City Walk4Hearing! It’s a terrific event presented by our friends at the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) and benefiting the HLAA national and local chapter as well as select partner organizations, including CHC. Our Mobile Unit […]

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Literacy learning needs of children with hearing loss

The ABC’s of literacy The back-to-school season is an ideal time to give literacy the attention it deserves! The ability to read and write is important for any child to succeed in school and in all aspects of life. But children with hearing loss require extra support from parents to ensure he or she develops […]

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Free Transportation for Seniors in Manhattan

Project CART Did you know the New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc., offers a DFTA-funded transportation program for adults 60+, including those in wheelchairs? It’s called Project CART, which stands for Community Arranged Resident Transportation. We think it’s a service Manhattan seniors could really benefit from so we’re helping to get the word out. […]

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