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Professionals at CHS are committed to helping children with hearing loss reach their full potential by teaching them to listen, speak and read. In today's Staff Spotlight, we're getting to know one of our Speech-Language Pathologists, Amy Huddleston!

Professionals at CHS are committed to helping children with hearing loss reach their full potential by teaching them to listen, speak and read. In today's Staff Spotlight, we're meeting the Director of Development, Mari Bosker!

Professionals at CHS are committed to helping children with hearing loss reach their full potential by teaching them to listen, speak and read. In today's Staff Spotlight, we're meeting the newest member of the Development Team, Libby Dwyer!

The Center for Hearing and Speech will be closed today (1/16). We will resume services tomorrow (1/17) at 1 p.m. The Melinda Webb School will remain closed tomorrow (1/17) and will reopen Thursday (1/18).

Professionals at CHS are committed to helping children with hearing loss reach their full potential by teaching them to listen, speak and read. In today's Staff Spotlight, we're hearing from our Educational Liaison, Leigh Leslie.

Cochlear implant processors can be difficult at times to keep on a child - especially an active child! One of the amazing families we serve put together some options to keep processors protected and in place. Check them out!

Professionals at CHS are committed to helping children with hearing loss reach their full potential by teaching them to listen, speak and read. In today's Staff Spotlight, we're hearing from one of our Audiologists, Dr. Sierra Schulte.

Yessica with her Audiology Team in 2017 Yessica was born in Mexico and diagnosed with hearing loss at an early age. Unfortunately, resources were not available for her to be fit with hearing aids as a child. At 18, Yessica and her family moved to the United States. She had little to no language, did not speak English and had no way of communicating with her family or peers. Yessica's family found The Center for Hearing and Speech and began seeing specialists in our Audiology Clinic, who diagnosed her with severe bilateral hearing loss. Yessica was fit with free hearing aids through CHS Cares!, a program that provides free hearing aids and audiology services to families that qualify. CHS also provided Yessica with outside resources to begin learning sign language so she would have a way to communicate with her family.  Thanks ...

2017 marks the Center's 70th year of serving children with hearing loss in Houston. We're looking back through our history at some of the milestones that shaped our organization.