Pediatric Services

The physicians at UNC Chapel Hill provide the best possible care for children with ear and hearing concerns.
Pediatric Audiology
Pediatric Audiology provides hearing diagnostic and rehabilitation services to infants and children having a wide range of hearing disorders. Pediatric Audiology works closely with UNC Hospital’s Infant Hearing Screening Program to identify and diagnose hearing loss within the first weeks of life. Infants and children who have hearing aids or whose families are concerned about possible hearing loss are followed by the Pediatric Audiology team.
Pediatric Links
The Carolina Children's Communication Disorders Program (CCCDP) is part of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Department of Otolaryngology at the University of North Carolina Hospital and Clinics. Our pediatric cochlear implant program has a long history of providing comprehensive clinical care to children who receive cochlear implants. We serve children with hearing loss from birth to 21 years of age and provide the complete range of diagnostic and habilitative hearing-related services. We have participated in a number of clinical trials over the years with all three cochlear implant companies and have been involved in additional clinical research related to various aspects of cochlear implant use.
Hear-N-Now Registration
Registration for the 21st Annual CCCDP and NC AG Bell "Hear-N-Now Conference" November 6th and 7th, 2014
The Children's Cochlear Implant Center at UNC
A division of the UNC Ear and Hearing Center. Home of the pediatric cochlear implant program, the Carolina Children's Communicative Disorders Program (CCCDP) financial assistance program, and speech and language services for children will all degrees of hearing loss.