Hearing Education Services
Hearing education services are designed to provide intensive instruction in speech reading, auditory training and language development to enhance the growth of receptive/expressive communication skills.

Students who are hard of hearing or deaf, and attend Lorge, can receive related services on a weekly basis. Frequency of service is based upon the individual student's needs as per the recommendation of the Committee for Special Education and their IEPs.

Licensed teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) provide assistance in auditory learning, speech-reading, receptive and expressive language development, and academic support using specialized techniques. DHH staff and/or audiologists also provide instruction in the use and care of hearing aids and FM assistive technology. Close contact with the student's  teachers as well as parents is maintained to support instruction in the schools.

 
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