Tip #1: Singing provides a good sense of rhythm, and the tone helps children with hearing loss recognize the melody in speech.

For Parents

DePaul School ParentsAs their child’s first and most important teachers, parents hold the key to unlocking their child’s full potential. Each child who is deaf or hard of hearing has a unique potential for Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) and all parents have the capacity to help their child reach that potential.

At DePaul School we work with each child who is deaf or hard of hearing to develop his or her Listening and Spoken Language skills. This involves our team of teachers, therapists, audiologists and parents!

Would you like to connect with some current and alumni parents? Are you interested in joining the DePaul School Parent Group? Would you like to join us for our next Parent Support Group?

If you have a question you would like to ask a current or alumni parent, please complete the form below.

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Tip #1: Singing provides a good sense of rhythm, and the tone helps children with hearing loss recognize the melody in speech.