Attending a local public school is just one option for children who are deaf. A residential program offers children an opportunity to interact freely with other children who face similar challenges. In addition, at a residential school they will experience daily contact with role models in their teachers and other staff who may have hearing loss, and participate fully in every activity of a typical school, instead of being left out or having to interact through interpreters.
Enrollment as a day student is also an option with AIDB for those families living within reasonable driving distance of the campuses. Click here for more information on the AIDB Admissions process.