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Center for Hearing and Communication
Address:50 Broadway, 6th Floor New York NY 10004
World Wide Web: http://www.lhh.org/
The League offers people who are hard of hearing and deaf access to diagnostic, rehabilitation, counseling and education programs. Programs and services include: audiology, otology, communication therapies, educational management, technical services, psychological services, mental health services, social work, career development, research/training development, recreation, publication/community outreach, and development/fund raising.
A comprehensive New York City Access Resource Guide for Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing, and Deaf-Blind is available for persons to locate programs and services in the metro area. It is available at http://www.lhh.org/mhs/guide.htm.
Mon - Fri, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Persons of all ages with hearing impairments.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Medicare assignment, Medicare co-pay, Medicaid, private insurance, sliding-scale fees, private pay, Social worker arranged fees.
Access for People with Disabilities:Extra-wide doors; special restroom facilities; grab bars in restrooms; telephone amplifiers; flashing emergency lights; sign language; direct access building.
Services Offered:Career Awareness, Case / Care Management, Health Care, Job Search / Placement, Outpatient Mental Health Care, Outreach Programs, Specialized Information and Referral, Volunteer Opportunities,
Languages Offered:American Sign Language,
Target Groups(By Need):Deaf, Families / Friends of People with Disabilities, Parents of Children with Disabilities,