The School Program at Child’s Voice offers a busy, full-day program for children ages 3-8 years old. All students have hearing loss and utilize their cochlear implant or hearing aid to gain access to sound.
Work Disguised as Play
- Students move between small group classrooms and a large group (10-12 students).
- Curriculum is aligned with Illinois Early Learning Standards and Common Core State Standards.
- Certified by the Illinois State Board of Education.
- Play-based learning, focused on necessary educational components while incorporating a concentration on listening and spoken language skills.
- Social sciences
- Self-Advocacy is taught to all students to increase their understanding of being deaf, their devices and what to expect when they transition to their home schools.
- To support our students in development of appropriate behavior and social/emotional skills, the School Program utilizes the “Positive Behavior Intervention & Supports” (PBIS) Program. PBIS offers universal behavior reinforcement focused on positive feedback, appropriate consequences and creating a safe, respectful and responsible environment for all students. Click here to view the Child’s Voice Bullying Policy.
For more information on the School Program, please email Principal Wendy Adler.
For the 2016-2017 Child’s Voice School Program Calendar, please click here.
For the 2017-2018 TENTATIVE Child’s Voice School Program Calendar, please click here.