Visit this page to find connections to more information on pediatric hearing loss.

Follow the links from the “Links” menu on the left to find connections to more information on pediatric hearing loss. This is by no means a complete list and UNC does not necessarily endorse their content.

Hearing First – At Hearing First, we want all children to benefit from the availability of newborn hearing screening and for parents to learn the status of their baby’s hearing first. Hearing is a foundational building block for children to learn to listen and talk, become healthy readers, and perform well in school.

Today, children who are deaf or hard of hearing can learn to listen and talk and can achieve learning and literacy outcomes on par with their hearing friends. The earlier a child with hearing loss is identified, amplified, and receiving help, the more opportunities that child will have. We want all children to have the opportunity to take advantage of access to sound – a critical building block for future success. We are dedicated to powering potential.

 

TEACCH – Division TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication-handicapped CHildren) as a part of the Department of Psychiatry in the School of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, provides services to individuals of all ages with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and their families throughout North Carolina. Established in 1972 by the North Carolina General Assembly, TEACCH has grown to become a world leader both in the treatment and education of individuals with this disorder, and also in the training and education of current and future generations of professionals who provide services to individuals with this disability.

 

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