Children's Auditory Research and Evaluation (CARE) Children's Center
The House Research Institute's Children's Auditory Research and Evaluation (CARE) Center, is a pediatric audiology center, devoted to improving the communication ability of infants and children with auditory disorders through research, clinical services and education of professionals and families.
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Does Your Child Have A Hearing Loss?
Early identification allows parents to consider the choice of communication options right away. Learn about the options.
Education Milestones for your Child with Hearing Loss
Learn about the appropriate education milestones related to your child's Hearing Loss.
Cochlear Implants and other Hearing Devices
Learn about different aid devices you maybe able to consider for your child.
Children's Research Projects/Laboratories
CARE combines clinical services and research into auditory development and disorders in children. Learn more about our child-focused research.
Clinical Services for children with Hearing Loss
Our pediatric audiology center professionals provide a comprehensive interdisciplinary evaluation of a child's hearing abilities, determine appropriate treatments and make recommendations for long-term care.
Resources for Parents of Children with Hearing Loss
Find resources to your Frequently asked questions.