Every day, children are playing, laughing, and chatting in the halls of CHC in NYC. Lately, things have really been buzzing, and we’re gearing up for a big 2013. With so many kids who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have auditory processing disorder (APD) coming each week to CHC for help, there is MUCH to do.
[See a video message from CHC kids telling us their favorite sounds.]
Become part of the reason why NYC-area families of kids with hearing loss choose the Center for Hearing and Communication, a nonprofit, 102-year old organization, for intensive communication therapy. We help people of all ages with hearing loss connect with the world of sound and language, and to communicate better. Enrollment in our services for children with hearing loss or APD has grown tremendously in recent years.
We know you’ll find helping out here richly rewarding. CHC is renowned for clinical excellence and compassionate care, and our offices are a special, welcoming environment. This position involves direct communication with our clients and training from our professional staff.
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