We provide testing and individualized treatment for people of all ages, including early intervention and educational audiology.
We listen to you! We help match your lifestyle, hearing loss, and budget to the hearing aid technology that will best help you.
We help children and adults develop or regain effective speaking, language, listening, reading, and writing skills.
We offer quality American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting services for individuals, businesses and organizations in Northeast Ohio
COMMUNITY CENTER FOR THE DEAF & HARD OF HEARING
The Community Center for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing (CCDHH) was established in 1975 to meet the diverse needs of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities. The Deaf community was looking for services and programs to be provided in American Sign Language (ASL), and hard of hearing individuals sought support and guidance from knowledgeable professionals who could understand their unique challenges. The CCDHH is the only full-service community center for the deaf in Northeast Ohio.Learn More
Drusilla Marshall’s daughter, Kassidy, was born pre-mature. At six-months-old, her beginning speech sounds seemed normal. But by the time Kassidy turned one, Drusilla noticed her daughter’s speech was hard to understand. With the help of a CHSC speech therapist and the Help Me Grow program, Kassidy was able to learn to communicate using an Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) device.
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TEMPORARY CLOSURE: To keep our clients and community safe during the COVID-19 outbreak, we will temporarily close our offices from March 17 - 20. Appointments will be rescheduled. Individual services provided in the community will still be provided on a limited basis. Updates on future business hours will be provided by March 20th.Read Full Story
Our Community Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing has recently seen a surge in homeless clients. This year, in order to ease their daily burdens, we would like to make an effort to "pack the pantry" for Good Deeds Day.Read Full Story
A team of deaf and hearing actors performed a deaf theatre adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at Near West Theatre in Gordon Square on October 19 and 20, 2019. The three nearly sold-out shows were produced by SignStage – an educational program of the Community Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (CCDHH) that incorporates American Sign Language and spoken English as a means of educating students and adults about greater communication accessibility and self-expression.Read Full Story
Dr. Bridgid Whitford, Director of Hearing Services at CHSC, helps to answer some common questions: What causes ear infections? Why are children more prone to ear infections? How can ear infections affect hearing? Find out more in this feature in the Cleveland Jewish News.Read Full Article