John Tracy Center

Current Status of Services of Programs & Services (As of July 27, 2020)

Onsite Audiology Services Appointments Scheduled Monday-Friday 8 am - 4 pm (213) 748-5481

On-site Audiology Services are OPEN

Preschool (ages 3-5 years old) *Onsite procedures and protocols will be provided

On-site AND Online Beginning September 1, 2020 families will have a choice to bring their child to preschool on-site or be part of our remote/online preschool.

Individual Therapy Appointments: (Parent-Infant and 3+ years old)

  • Listening and Spoken Language (LSL)

  • Speech-Language Pathology (SLP)

Online/Virtual LSL or LSP Therapy is available via Telepractice until further notice

Friday Family School (FFS) (Parent-Infant Program ages 0-3 years)

Online FFS Classes and Support Groups will be offered Online starting September 4th, 2020

DHH Itinerant Services

DHH Itinerant Services will be available either via Telepractice or on-site (according to the guidance of individual school districts)

Counseling Services

On-site AND Remote Fall 2020-2021 Courses begin August 24th via a hybrid of online and onsite classes

Long Beach Satellite Office

CLOSED until further notice

San Gabriel Satellite Office

CLOSED until further notice

Distance Education for Families

Online materials, online video classes, and access to specialists in hearing loss who provide personalized guidance and answers to family questions about hearing loss.

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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