Welcome to Texas Hearing Institute
The nationally renowned Texas Hearing Institute, formerly known as The Center for Hearing and Speech, is the most comprehensive resource for pediatric hearing loss in Texas and the only facility in the region that offers health services and spoken language education for children with hearing loss – all under one roof. Children from more than 44 counties and all socioeconomic levels come to Texas Hearing Institute, where no child is turned away, regardless of their family’s ability to pay.
OUR SERVICES AND PROGRAMS
Texas Hearing Institute offers a wide range of services and programs that enable children with hearing loss to gain listening, speaking, and literacy skills to communicate verbally with their families and the community.
WAYS TO GIVE
There are so many ways in which members of the community can contribute to the ongoing mission of Texas Hearing Institute.
- Event Sponsorships
- Annual Fund
- Scholarship Fund for the Melinda Webb School
- Donate Used Hearing Equipment
- In-Kind Donations
- Purchase Items on Children’s Wish List
- Capital Campaign
Logan was diagnosed with CHARGE syndrome, a rare genetic condition, and spent four months in the NICU before undergoing five surgeries. After Logan was fitted with bilateral hearing aids at the Texas Hearing Institute, she experienced a special moment that changed her and her family's journey forever.
Elizabeth was recommended to Texas Hearing Institute through Early Childhood Intervention (ECI). She was fitted with hearing aids and learned how to improve her communication skills. After attending a few Buddies at Texas Hearing events, Elizabeth found opportunities to connect with her peers, helping to inspire her to always chase her dreams.
Nia was diagnosed with severe to profound hearing loss at the age of 2 and received specialized instruction at the Melinda Webb School at Texas Hearing Institute, where she was fitted with hearing aids and learned to build her communication skills. Now an accomplished college student, Nia credits Texas Hearing Institute for her success..