John Tracy Center

Current Status of Services

Onsite Audiology appointments and Educational Audiology

  • Audiology Appointments CANCELED until further notice

  • Online/Virtual Consultations available – please inquire

Preschool

  • On-site Preschool CANCELED until further notice

  • Online/virtual Preschool activities and recorded activities available for preschool families

Friday Family School

  • CANCELED until further notice

  • Stay-tuned for  Online/virtual parent education classes and support group.

  • JTC Staff will be contacting families with details for this service

DHH Itinerant Services

  • NO in school/in person sessions until further notice

  • Online/virtual Itinerant Services may be available

  • JTC Staff will be contacting families with details for this service

Individual Appointments:(LSLAVT and SLP)

  • Online/virtual LSL or SLP Sessions beginning week of Monday March 16th until further notice.

  • JTC Staff will be contacting families with details for this service

Counseling Services

  • Online/virtual Counseling/Support Groups beginning week of Monday March 16th until further notice.

  • JTC Staff will be contacting families with details for this service

Long Beach Office

CLOSED until further notice

San Gabriel Office

CLOSED until further notice

JTC will monitor our situation on a regular basis to evaluate the continued need for these service delivery changes. We will also evaluate if any elements need to be changed. Routine and urgent updates will be shared via email and on the John Tracy Center website.

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