Child and Family Services
The Early Intervention Program is a unique developmental program specializing in serving children, between the ages of birth and 3 ½ years, and their families affected by hearing loss. Families may choose to participate in home visits, playgroups or both, as well as a number of other program services.
Early Childhood Services provides daily, on-site preschool and kindergarten programming for children, between the ages 2 ½ years and 5 ½ years, who have a hearing loss as well as to hearing children of deaf or hard-of-hearing parents.
The Family Support Program bridges programs and services for families with children, between the ages of birth and 18 years, who are affected by hearing loss.
Community and Residential Services
Stay and Study provides Deaf and hard-of-hearing students from outside the Edmonton area with the support of a host family while they attend specialized education programs in the city.
Community Living Support Services provides service to adults who are Deaf or hard-of-hearing and have a developmental disability. The community living supports are provided in our residence or as outreach services.