Students are empowered when they understand their own hearing loss.
Students can plan for life after high school by developing daily living skills and gaining vocational experience.
Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing need a rich language base and strong communication skills to succeed socially, academically, and vocationally.
Empowering families with information allows them to support their child and participate effectively in the educational team.
Educational success depends on a student's ability to access, learn, and apply new information in a variety of ways.
As they grow older, students become aware of their unique needs and learn how to ensure their needs are met.
Social and emotional skills for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing include self-management, building support networks, practicing social interaction, and more.
Assistive technology allows students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing to perform various tasks, access educational content, or use technology in general.