On October 12th, Central Florida Speech & Hearing Center held its 5th annual Mr. Central Florida event at the Sun-N-Fun Florida Air Museum. This year, 33 Community Champions competed for the title by seeking votes and sponsors to raise money for the Center.
Mr. Ron Lash from Mosaic earned the title of 2017 Mr. Central Florida with over 24,000 votes!
1st Runner-up was Bart Allen from Peterson and Myers
2nd Runner-up was Jared Diveley from Lakeland Volkswagen.
This was a record breaking year of not only reaching the goal of $75,000 but . . . exceeding it! Together the contestants raised over $140,000! The majority of the children treated at the Center are underinsured and 92% require subsidized funding. The money raised by these men will provide care for these children.
Congratulations to the 2015 Mr. Central Florida…. James Ring!!!!!!
A HUGE thank you to James and ALL the contestants that helped gain support for the Center!
And thank you to everyone that helped make this event fun, memorable and a success for the Center!
Starting May 6th, the Center will be offering an 8 week balance class to learn practical strategies how to manage falls led by Christy Berry and Izora Bullock!
The class will be every Wednesday from 1:30-3:30PM, May 6-June 24 at Central Florida Speech & Hearing Center on Lakeland Highlands Road.
Call today to reserve your seat! The classes are free, but space is limited!
View the Details on our flyer here!!
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If you are a Florida resident with a certified hearing loss, a new telephone can help make conversations easier. The phone is offered at NO COST through the nonprofit Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc.
Phones will be distributed at the following dates, times and locations! Don’t miss these opportunities!
March 6, 2015 from 10am-3pm at Brandon Chamber
March 9, 2015 from 10am-3pm at Bruton Memorial Library – Plant City
March 11, 2015 from 10:30am-3:00pm at Sebring Public Library
March 16, 2015 from 10am-3pm at Winter Haven Library
March 20, 2015 from 10am-3pm at Lake Wales Library
March 23, 2015 from 10am-3pm at Haines City Library
Contact Central Florida Speech and Hearing Center at 863.686.3189 for more information!
As always, CFSHC distributes FTRI phones at:3020 Lakeland Highlands Road, Lakeland, FL 33803
Central Florida Speech and Hearing Center is seeking an enthusiastic speech-language pathologist with experience in adult acute care in a hospital setting and adult/pediatric outpatient care, to join our team. This is a full-time job opportunity. Candidates must demonstrate creativity, flexibility and interest in expanding programmatic initiatives.
We are a non-profit, out-patient clinic specializing in speech-language therapy and audiology services. Working closely with families, we offer evaluation and therapy services to pediatric and adult populations.
Our established staff welcomes applicants who are interested in being part of a dynamic future, being bilingual is a plus. We are experienced in mentoring CFY candidates and encourage their application.
Job responsibilities are tailored to the expertise of the professional and needs of our patients and may include:
Evaluate and treat a diverse population of children and adults who present a variety of communication disorders and etiologies, including:
- Apraxia/oral motor
- Auditory Processing
- Emergent literacy
- Picky eaters
Lead support groups for clients and their families with hearing loss and strokes
Adult acute care at the hospital
Facilitate social group therapy
Lead aural rehabilitation programs
Work with struggling readers
- Flexible schedules
- 401K with company contribution
- Paid Continuing Education
- Paid time off
- Paid licensure and professional dues
- Competitive salary
Send Resumes to:
Central Florida Speech and Hearing Center, 3020 Lakeland Highlands Road, Lakeland, Fl 33803
email@example.com 863.686.3189 www.cfshc.org
Central Florida Speech and Hearing Center is proud to announce the promotions of Debbie Burdett to Vice President of Community Engagement and Robin Cole, COHC to Vice President of Operations and Human Resources.
Hired by the Center in 2014, Burdett serves on several boards throughout Central Florida and is a graduate of both Leadership Bartow and Leadership Polk.
Cole has been employed with the Center for over 10 years working in several capacities within the organization, earning her certification as a Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist in 2006. Receiving the 2007 Employee of the Year award, Cole continues to make a daily difference for the Center.