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Lexington School for the Deaf/Center for the Deaf
Lexington Hearing and Speech Center. Early Intervention Program
Address:30th Ave. and 75th St. Jackson Heights NY 11370
World Wide Web: http://www.lexnyc.com/early_intervention.html
The Lexington Hearing and Speech Center will offer diagnostic tests and prognostic information for babies, aged birth to three years, at no cost to their parents. The Program will encourage parents and relatives to seek diagnosis and assistance for all infants 'at risk' or those who are suspected of having a hearing loss. Services include: evaluation of hearing, communication/speech, and psychological development, therapy, and hearing assistive technology.
Mon - Fri, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Children from birth to three years suspected of having a hearing impairment are eligible.
Call the Diagnostic Program.
Fees/Methods of Payment:The program is free if the customers meet eligibility requirements.
Access for People with Disabilities:Fully accessible.
Services Offered:Early Intervention for Developmentally Delayed,
Languages Offered:American Sign Language,
Target Groups(By Need):Children with Disabilities, Deaf,