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California Home for the Adult Deaf (Riverside, CA)
Residents soon will be moving in. Cook, a year-old Desert Hot Springs resident who has cerebral palsy, is looking forward to moving into her new home for deaf people with disabilities in the next few weeks. The nonprofit recently received its license from the California Department of Social Services to open a six-bedroom assisted living home for deaf people near California Baptist University.
The aging of the baby boomer generation has brought forth considerable growth in the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. In fact, a report from the Better Hearing Institute suggests that as many as one in six baby boomers or roughly Yet, despite the rising incidence, only around one in four people While the numbers are large, they are not necessarily as bad as they seem.