A Comedy Night Jokester

We are so excited for this year’s Comedy Night fundraiser, which benefits the Center for Hearing and Communication! To celebrate the 32nd year of classic New York comedy accessible to people of all hearing abilities, enjoy this video of Sonya telling her first joke! 🙂

Does your child have a funny joke to share? Submit your own video here (and donate to a very worthy cause that is close to my heart).





Hear in the Big Apple! A Summer Program for Children with Hearing Loss

Are you looking for a summer vacation that is equally enriching as it is fun? CHC and CampedUp have teamed together to create a summer program for kids ages 3-10 with hearing loss in NYC! This is such a cool opportunity for families outside of NYC (and even outside of the US) to take advantage of!

Not only will you and your kids get an opportunity to work with (i.m.h.o.) the best of the best when it comes to speech therapists and hearing education specialists, but if it’s anything like CampedUP, the kids are gonna have a blast, too.

More details below:


Contact Dana Selznick at dselznick@chchearing.org or +1 917-305-7855 for more details.

Come to a New York Comedy Show and Support Hearing Healthcare!

The Center for Hearing and Communication’s 31st Annual Comedy Night celebrates laughter and benefits hearing loss healthcare.


On Wednesday, April 19th at 5:30 p.m., the Center for Hearing and Communication will host its 31st Annual Comedy Night at Caroline’s on Broadway. Since 1985 CHC has brought classic New York Comedy to thousands of people of all hearing abilities. Real time captioning, infrared listening system and sign language interpreters ensure our audience never misses the punch line, providing access to live comedy that can’t be found anywhere else.

CHC, a not for profit hearing health agency, provides life-affirming hearing healthcare to over 20,000 annually. We are committed to improving the quality of life for infants, children (including my daughter – born with profound hearing loss and who now wears cochlear implants) and adults with all degrees of hearing loss as well as children with listening, learning and auditory challenges. 

Tickets are $75 and include two drinks.

If you find yourself in New York City and would like to attend – please let me know! I would love to see you there!



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