Imagine a world without sound. Think through your daily life and the amount of interaction you have that is based on your ability to listen and your ability to speak.
At Child’s Voice children with hearing loss are provided the skills and tools needed to learn to listen and to speak, to enjoy the sounds of everyday.
For most children the acquisition of language occurs naturally. Babies hear and mimic sound, learning hundreds of words by their first birthday.
For a child with hearing loss, this incidental learning never occurs. Through early intervention, children with hearing loss can learn to listen and speak.
Child’s Voice serves children beginning at just a few weeks old. Our students work in small groups where instruction is individualized so that each child feels challenged and successful. Our ultimate goal is to see each graduate transition to their mainstream, neighborhood school poised for success in both their education and community.
Child’s Voice admits students to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and other school administered programs.