The Crystal Charity Ball selected Callier to receive $997,996 to benefit the Pediatric Special Connections Project.
U.S. News & World Report ranked UT Dallas’ audiology program No. 2 (tied with the University of Iowa) and the speech-language pathology program No. 10 (tied with UT Austin).
After a recent program expansion, the Callier Center is one of the few facilities in North Texas that has the capability to provide a full battery of tests for problems associated with dizziness, balance or uncontrollable eye movements.
Stefanie and Aaron Conley established a planned gift of $150,000 to be used by the Callier Center director to propel Callier’s mission and leave a lasting impact.
Callier researchers aim to enhance the listening experience of hearing-impaired children and adults who attend musical and theater events in Dallas.
Through her research, Elena Keltner aims to help treat adults with word-finding difficulties caused by stroke, brain injury or other communication disorders.
At age 3, Isabella Gonzalez put her ear to the TV speakers to hear cartoons. When her family’s insurance denied coverage for hearing services, generous donors bridged the gap.
To commemorate its 50th year, Northwood Woman’s Club selected the Callier Center as its sole beneficiary and raised $250,000, which was matched by other gift funds at the Callier Center to create a $500,000 endowment.
In 2016, the Crystal Charity Ball awarded the Callier Center a grant for $630,000 to provide hearing evaluations, hearing aids and three years of follow-up services to approximately 360 children from low-income families. Through Crystal Charity’s generosity…
The Callier Center gives a voice to people who don’t have one, and the research of Dr. Jun Wang is a core part of that mission. Wang is developing a silent speech processor, in which a person’s lips and tongue movements will be recognized by a sensor and then translated into spoken words. When completed,…