The Wyoming EHDI Program has partnered with the Child Development Center (CDC) in Casper, Wyoming to expand the availability of age-appropriate hearing evaluations and management in Wyoming for newborns, infants, toddlers, and preschoolers as well as school-age children up to 21 years-old.
The following services are available from Dr. Kalley Ellis, AuD, CCC-A at the CDC+ Audiology Clinic:
– Complete age-appropriate hearing evaluations, including:
– Flexible scheduling with adequate appointment lengths to complete necessary testing
– Hearing aid fitting (including earmolds) and management
– Unbiased family-to-family support before, during, and after appointments (Wyoming Families for Hands & Voices)
– Referral to age-appropriate providers (e.g., early intervention, ear nose and throat physician), educational resources for families, and assistance on navigating Wyoming’s system of care
– Funding for assistive hearing devices through the Wyoming Children’s Hearing Aid Fund (WYCHAP)
– Personal and classroom FM systems
To make an appointment at the CDC+ Audiology Clinic call (307) 237-4477 or visit CDC+ Audiology online.
The clinic is located at Child Development Center, 2020 E 12th St, Casper, WY 82601 (https://www.cdccasper.org).
Don’t hesitate to contact the Wyoming EHDI Program if you have questions or concerns regarding your child’s hearing health. You can call our office (307-721-6212) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Wyoming EHDI Program’s partnership with the CDC is made possible, in part, through a federal grant from the Health Resources Service Administration/Maternal and Child Health Bureau.
The Wyoming EHDI Program works closely with the University of Wyoming Speech and Hearing Clinic in Laramie, Wyoming. Newborns, infants, toddlers, and preschoolers (as well as older children) will receive age-appropriate hearing evaluation and management through this clinic. Click the link below to visit the Speech and Hearing Clinic’s website.