New Orleans Speech and Hearing Center (NOSHC) was founded in 1930. Each year brings growth and expansion as we continue to be the forerunner of speech and hearing centers in the New Orleans area.
Our audiology services include comprehensive hearing testing and rehabilitation, including hearing aids for both children and adults. We also offer Auditory Attention Screenings, Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) Testing, and non-sedated Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) testing. For more info on our audiology department and services, click here.
Our speech-language pathology department administers formal and informal testing to address the following: articulation disorder, fluency disorder, voice disorder, expressive and/or receptive language disorder, social pragmatic disorder, language processing disorder, auditory processing deficits, phonological awareness deficits, and reading/spelling deficits. For more info on our speech-language pathology department and services, click here.
We have several staff members who speak both Spanish and English. Speech-language evaluations and therapy are available in Spanish and English.
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2016 Social Language Camp- Session 1 and 2 at NOSHC
Partial Funding Provided by Fore Kids Foundation / Zurich Classic of New Orleans
4 weeks of fun at Social Language.
Groups rotated betweens Games, Art & Crafts, Snack, and Drama for an eventful morning....
Takeaways included hats, noise makers, passports, scrapbooks, and most importantly… friends!
Parent responses to the camp:
“My son was always excited to go to camp. He began asking for what he wants and using the word, please.”- Marcy G.
“My son will now come and ask for something on his own without any help. He says thank you for everything now.”- Crystal W.
“I was very pleased to receive a daily progress note. I hope you will have other group sessions throughout the year because we will sign up if possible. My child needs more socializing both inside and outside the school atmosphere. Every little bit helps.” - Renee S.
“My child really benefits from practicing socialization with his peers so the more practice, the better! - Missy D.
Closed: January 1, 2016
February 8 and 9, 2016(Mardi Gras)
March 25, 2016 (Good Friday)
July 4, 2016 (Independence Day)
September 5, 2016 (Labor Day)
Nov. 24-25, 2016 (Thanksgiving)
December 23-26, 2016 (Christmas)