At 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. The goal for families who choose a Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) Education is for their child to transition to a neighborhood school alongside peers with typical hearing and speaking skills.
With that goal in mind, DePaul School works closely with the student’s family, home school district, teachers, speech therapists, audiologists, and other members of the team to create an educational plan and experience unique to each student’s needs.
Meet Blakely and Jake. Their daughter, Anna, was born deaf... and is now getting ready to mainstream to her neighborhood school alongside her hearing peers! Blakely and Jake decided to move from Louisiana to Pittsburgh so Anna could attend DePaul School for Hearing and Speech to learn to listen and speak.
Meet Amanda. Her daughter, Samantha, is deaf. After learning to listen and speak at DePaul School for Hearing and Speech, Samantha is now thriving in her neighborhood high school!
Meet Elena LaQuatra, one of Pittsburgh's best on-air reporters (WTAE-TV) who just so happens to also be 100% deaf. Elena completely lost her hearing but, thanks to her education at DePaul School for Hearing and Speech, now talks FOR A LIVING!
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DePaul School for Hearing and Speech
6202 Alder Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15206-4389