News and Updates from the Jacksonville Speech and Hearing Center
Voting is now open for the Bold City Best Awards!
Help Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center continue our reign as Bold City Best “Best Local Non-Profit” and “Best Hearing Aid Center” by casting your vote here!
The category of “Best Hearing Aid Center” can be found under Beauty & Health and the category of “Best Local Non-Profit” can be found under People & Places.
Voting runs from June 11th – June 27th.
Thank you in advance for your support!
Support JSHC This #GivingTuesday (December 1)!
On Tuesday, December 1, the Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center will participate in #GivingTuesday2020, a global day dedicated to giving. This year, our goal is to raise $15,000—funds that will enable us to provide 428 people in our community with speech and hearing screenings. These screenings will provide the basis for individuals with speech, language, and hearing needs to receive the essential care that they require in order to effectively communicate.
And, thanks to generous match dollars from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, you have the opportunity to DOUBLE your impact when you donate here!
Additionally, if 200 donors specifically give on #GivingTuesday (Tuesday, December 1st), we’ll receive $25,000 in bonus funds for our patients! Every gift will help us reach this goal, so please consider the fact that your gift could be the one that provides our patients with $25,000 more worth of care! Read more
Looking for a way to stay safe AND stylish during COVID-19? Come join us on Thursday, August 27 from 5:30-7:30 pm for our socially-distanced Masks, Makeup, and Moscow Mules fundraiser!
Renowned makeup artist & photographer Reneé Parenteau invites you into her studio to learn the makeup secrets needed to look flawless while wearing a face mask.
For $50, each guest will receive a professional makeup tutorial and bottomless Moscow mules!
Questions? Please contact Jackie Culver at JCulver@shcjax.org or (904) 717-6930.
Hearing and Speech Issues are Common in Children
Hearing and speech issues are quite common in children, and can manifest in a number of ways. Understandably, this ambiguity can be concerning for parents, especially with all of the unknowns.
But it’s important to remember that these issues are usually manageable and treatable, especially with early intervention. That’s why it’s vital for the parents of young children to be well-informed on hearing and speech issues so they know all of their options.
After all, language is the basis of communication. Speech and language skills are essential to many areas in a child’s life, from interpersonal relationships to academic success. The ability to communicate, both with peers and adults, is essential for a child’s success. Read more
Jacksonville Speech & Hearing Center1010 N Davis St Ste 101 Jacksonville, Florida 32209
Phone: (904) 355-3403
Fax: (904) 355-4149
Jacksonville Speech & Hearing is a 501(c)(3) and all donations are tax deductible. EIN 59-0970718.