With early identification laws and the widespread use of digital hearing aids and cochlear implants, more children with hearing loss and deafness are learning to listen and to talk. This doesn’t happen automatically. It requires specialized educational techniques proven to help children use listening and spoken language to succeed in mainstream general educational settings.
CID’s goal is to help teachers and school administrators develop effective ways to meet the needs of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. We offer customized consultations and in-services for public and private schools and school districts beginning or improving listening and spoken language educational programs. Click here for a full list of options.
COST: Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
AUDIENCE: Administrators, teachers, speech-language pathologists, school staff
Please note: CID does not provide direct services to your student.