Tip #2: Read to your child every day. Each time you read to your child, you are helping his/her brain to develop language fluency.

Music to Our Ears


DePaul School for Hearing and Speech, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is the only Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) school in the western Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia tri-state area. We teach children from birth to age 15, to speak and to learn without using sign language. Thanks to today’s advances in hearing technology for infants and young children, early diagnosis and support from qualified professionals, families are more confident than ever their child who is deaf or hard of hearing can develop listening and spoken language.

DePaul_LRVInterior_17x20_BrothersAt DePaul School for Hearing and Speech, we celebrate the success of each individual child with hearing loss as he or she transitions to and thrives in the hearing and speaking world.

Thanks to generous donors, DePaul has been able to educate children who are deaf or hard of hearing for more than 100 years. Children at DePaul are benefiting from the intensive Listening and Spoken Language education they receive at the School thanks, in part, to our donors.

In order to provide our programs, we rely on the many supporters at DePaul School. There are many ways to give!

3x3 LogoYou can donate online, send us a check or call us with your donation information. You can also donate to DePaul through Amazon Smilegiving programs at your work or one of our special events.

Donors are also able to make a memorial or honorary gift to DePaul School, a bequest or a gift from an estate.

Would you like to find out more about becoming a DePaul Corporate Partner? Or, would you like to learn about Foundation and Trust gifts?

If you have questions about giving to DePaul School, please call the development office at 412.924.1012 or email depaulschool@depaulhearingandspeech.org.



Tip #3: Kids do not learn language from watching TV; they learn by interacting with people.