Hearing loss support, guidance, and understanding
If you need resources on hearing loss and accessibility, CHC wants to help. For over a century, we’ve directly and indirectly supported people who are deaf and hard of hearing gain the access to opportunities public spaces that they deserve.
You can ask CHC specific questions related to hearing loss, APD, technology, and best practices, about U.S. and local government programs for the hearing impaired, noise pollution, and more.
When you want help in your personal journey to better communication, or a loved one’s, we will give you the advice referrals available to us—and our encouragement.
CHC is a nonprofit organization. Philanthropic donations enable us to design and conduct programs for consumers and the professional community. All of our work, for each individual client and the public, is toward our mission: To make full access a reality for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf blind.
Take advantage of what we can offer
- We encourage consumers, organizations, and businesses to contact CHC public education specialist for media for distribution, videos, reference materials, training, and direct assistance at 917-305-7810 (v) or via email.
- Sign up for the Buzz newsletter to find out about resources like educational workshops, support groups, seminars, events specialized programming, etc.
- View recorded webinars from our field-leading specialists.
- Use CHC’s free Ask The Experts service for questions regarding hearing loss and treatment, technology, noise, APD, and other communication challenges.
- Parents and families in advocating on behalf of their child’s needs (e.g., Early Intervention, in and out-of-school supportive services and technology) can contact the J. C. Kellogg Family Resource Center at 917-305-7881 (v) or via email.
- Attend a free demonstration of assistive hearing technology (weekly) at CHC’s unique Assistive Devices Living Room in downtown Manhattan.