Tip #4: Deaf and hard of hearing children who receive early intervention services have been found to have better language outcomes up to age five.

News Articles

Here you will find recent news events and archives of media coverage featuring DePaul.
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Comcast Newsmakers (April 2014):
Interview with DePaul Audiologist Debbie Johnston and Alumna Nicoletta Gulli

Pittsburgh Catholic Magazine (September, 2013):
Building Sandcastles, Singing Songs and Growing Up Deaf

Penn Hills Progress (June 12, 2013):
Hearing-Impaired Student from Penn Hills Ready to Learn at Linton Next Year

Comcast Newsmakers (April 2013):
Interview with DePaul Staff Member Michelle Parfitt

The Pittsburgh Foundation – Community Forum (Winter 2012):
A Joyful Noise

Pittsburgh Catholic Magazine (November, 2012):
DePaul School Students Headed for Success in Higher Education

Pittsburgh Tribune Review (November 17, 2012):
Carnegie Mellon Program Helps Children Communicate

Pittsburgh Tribune Review (May 12, 2012):
School’s Programs Help Deaf Students Find Voice

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (February 23, 2012):
Teen Honored by Disabilities Council

Pittsburgh Tribune Review (January 2012):
Let’s Hear it for South Park Senior

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.