The Birth to Three program operates in the north-central region of Connecticut under the auspices of the state Department of Developmental Services. This program offers home and community-based early intervention services to infants and toddlers who have delays or disabilities and their families.
Soundbridge provides educational audiology support services and technical support for students who have hearing loss and auditory processing deficits via prescription of Remote Microphone Hearing Assistive Technology (RM HAT); evaluations to assess the students hearing challenges; and educational consultations for accommodations.
Our professional development services are designed to increase district capacity and to increase best practices in deaf education within districts. Our coaching services are designed to support district-hired teachers of the deaf and SLP working with students with hearing loss to increase best practices, provide materials, to support professional growth to foster best educational outcomes for students.
Soundbridge provides specialized educational support to school districts for students with hearing loss who are using listening and spoken language to communicate and learn, through instruction of direct and indirect services like aural habilitation, audition, self-advocacy skills, and district-wide collaborative education.
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