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Programs provide access to hearing loss help

The most vulnerable among us deserve access to the hearing services they need to learn, work, and manage daily life.

People who live with hearing loss bring unique perspectives and strengths that benefit a diverse society, and every person in their lives, and they deserve to be celebrated.

Our impact

From locations in New York City and Fort Lauderdale, CHC does fantastic work in local and global communities each year. We offer deep gratitude to the donors and supporters who make our progress possible.

Volunteer

You can make a difference in the lives of people who are deaf and hard of hearing by donating your time, passion and skills.

To inquire about opportunities, contact Nancy Nadler.

Hear Me Out: Young Professionals Group

Join Hear Me Out, the young professionals group at the Center for Hearing and Communication (CHC) in New York. If you are 21-35 years of age, interested in the CHC mission (to improve the quality of life for people of all ages who are hard of hearing or deaf), want to get involved in raising funds by holding fun events, like to socialize and network, then this is the group for you! People with and without hearing loss are invited to take part.

We’re still in the process of establishing the group’s focus and direction, so you can help shape what we do and the types of events we’ll be holding. Meet other like-minded people who are energetic, dynamic and willing to use some of their time in helping out CHC’s cause. We’re open to your ideas!

If you’re interested in finding out more, please contact Kristin Baldwin.

Helping Feels Good

CHC in Florida participates in the volunteer recruitment program called Helping Feels Good. Become a member at HelpingFeelsGood.org and check out the projects at CHC where we really need your help.

 

We are professionals, family, friends, and advocates improving life with hearing loss.