The Infant-Toddler Program offers a variety of services to support families based on their individual needs. DHH Services are provided by Credentialed Teachers of the Deaf and/or a Speech and Language Pathologist.
These may include:
• Assisting families so that they understand their child's hearing and communication options.
• Visiting the family's home to help parents and caretakers promote listening skills, provide a language-rich environment, encourage age-appropriate communication, and assist in other areas of need as outlined in the Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP)
• Offering center-based Baby and Toddler Classes with parent participation.
• Connecting families with Parent-to-Parent support groups.
• Coordinating services with other agencies.
• Offering sign language instruction.
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