As your student changes and grows, so do the supports and services they need. Oftentimes when our child transitions from one stage of development, there are guidelines outlining what we can expect. With young children, things can seem more cut and dried. With our kids who are deaf/hard-of-hearing (d/hh), things aren’t always as clear, especially as we move from one educational setting to another, whether than be from in-home services and Early Intervention (EI) to Preschool, a new school, or to a different level of education. Middle and High School settings certainly differ from those in Elementary. We are here to:
- Accompany you through the process from Early Intervention to Preschool.
- Help you improve and maximize outcomes as an active, informed member of your child’s IEP/504 team.
- Provide information and resources specifically for those ages 16 and up, such as the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), Campus Connections, and more.
- Connect you with trained Parent Guides until your student becomes an adult (age 18).
“A little preparation goes a long way.” – The Cabbage Patch Kids
Preparing for Preschool? Here are some of our favorite resources: