Hard of Hearing Program
The CSC’s Hard of Hearing Program was developed to provide support for people who identify as hard of hearing, whether congenital or late-deafened. For more information about our Hard of Hearing Program, please contact us at email@example.com or stop by. We’d love to meet you!
I used to feel so alone and misunderstood! But then I took a class at the CSC and now I have friends just like me!”Lusana
On this page:
- Assistive Technology – The CSC houses demo items of everyday assistive devices and technology that make life easier for those who are hard of hearing. Items include a device that can be hung on a door that flashes when someone knocks, a variety of vibrating alarm clocks, and even a selection of hearing aid batteries.
- Education on Consumer Rights
- Family Support
- Parent Panels
- Resource Handouts
- Support Groups & Coffee Time
- Youth Leadership Camp
- Classes and Workshops
- Computer Classes
- Hearing Aid Care and Cleaning
- How to Read an Audiogram
- Sign Language Classes
Frequently Asked Questions:
I don’t know sign language. Will CSC still support me?
- Absolutely! The CSC is here to support anyone with a hearing loss regardless of their communication choice. We are staffed by both signers and non-signers with the goal that all will feel welcome.
I lost my hearing as I got older. Do I qualify?
- Yes, you do qualify. Anyone who has a hearing loss, whether congenital or late-deafened, qualifies for services.
I am a DVR client. Can I take classes at CSC?
- Yes! DVR can refer you to the CSC for classes related to your IPE.
My daughter is only 5 but hard of hearing. Do you serve all ages?
- Yes, we do. We support individuals from infancy through to their twilight years.