Carol and Jim Bowen, Donor Spotlight for our 2017-2018 Annual Impact Report, sat down with Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center to talk about why they support our organization.
Kristin Pappas, 2017-2018 Board Chairman for Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center, shares her experiences with our organization and why she is proud to support us.
Read our Fall Newsletter! Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center produces a quarterly newsletter in order to keep you updated on our organization. Below is our Fall 2018 newsletter, which contains information about our anniversary luncheon, Halloween, Giving Tuesday, and more! To view older versions of our newsletter, visit our News and Events page. You can also stay up to date with Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center by following us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Dr. Cory Surridge, Director of Audiology for Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center, recently spoke at the Center’s Anniversary Luncheon. During our luncheon, celebrating 51 years of service, Dr. Surridge discussed 3 surprising ways hearing can affect your overall well-being. Did you know that hearing loss affects your physical safety, cognitive functions, and emotional health? Johns Hopkins University conducted a study in 2017 that found “even a mild degree of hearing
The holidays provide an excellent opportunity for parents, teachers, and families to get children excited about reading and learning! Utilizing holiday-themed books can help a child relate what they are reading to their real-life experiences (i.e. trick-or-treating or opening presents). Reading holiday-themed books can also teach children "rare" words that are not used in every-day vocabulary- words such as cauldron, reindeer, or spooky. Reading is an extremely important component of language