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In recognition of National Read Aloud Month in March, we are proud to announce that we have partnered up with the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation to increase the awareness and importance of parents, grandparents, childcare providers, and teachers reading aloud to children so that they can effectively learn, grow and succeed. Below you will find super exciting events and resources to kick off Read Aloud Month, courtesy of the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation! Read Aloud Night at the Museum - Celebrate Read Aloud Month with a free night at the Children’s Museum of Houston. Packed with 90,000 square feet of interactive exhibits, the Museum offers 14 hands-on galleries with plenty of fun activities for your family! Discover 15 Minutes / Descubre Los 15 Minutos - Find 15 minutes each day to read aloud to your child, because reading aloud, singing and talking helps ...

Boy Scout and former CHS client, Kevin, chose CHS as the site for a service project he's doing to earn his Eagle Scout rank.

Via Colori Unveiled is a new vlog series created by the Via Colori team to give the public information on the exciting new things being planned for the festival this year. Be sure to tune in each month for updates!

Via Colori Unveiled is a new vlog series created by the Via Colori team to give the public information on the exciting new things being planned for the festival this year. Be sure to tune in each month for updates!

Project T.A.L.K. is a summer camp for children ages 4-10 with hearing loss. The Center for Hearing and Speech created Project T.A.L.K. to enable children with hearing loss to build friendships, leadership and teamwork skills and to enhance their listening skills in a relaxed environment.

Peyton Stephens is an Auditory-Verbal Therapist at the Center for Hearing and Speech. She was diagnosed with Cytomegalovirus (CMV) and her son was at risk for Congenital Cytomegalovirus (cCMV) due to her infection. In Honor of June CMV Awareness Month, Peyton discusses what CMV is, how it has impacted her and gives words of wisdom to parents and children who are affected by CMV!   1.       Can you briefly explain what CMV is? What are some symptoms? Cytomegalovirus or (CMV) is a virus that's a member of the herpes virus family. When healthy adults and kids get CMV, it looks like a common cold and is harmless to the general population. Symptoms include sore throat, fever, fatigue and swollen glands. The CMV virus can be passed from mother to fetus during pregnancy. When a baby gets CMV before birth, it's referred to as congenital CMV ...