NDSD/RCDHH Services

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Services, listed below, may be accessed by contacting the ND School for the Deaf/Resource Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing. A contact person, identified after each topic, is available to answer questions or provide additional information.

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  • Comprehensive Assessment Service: Are available to assist the child's multidisciplinary team. (Contact: Outreach Coordinator)
  • Educational Programming:  Deaf and hard-of-hearing students of all grade levels:  pre-school, kindergarten, elementary and middle school. (Contact: Superintendent)
  • Health Services Program:   Materials and brochures related to total wellness including resources related to deafness. (Contact: Director of Health Services)
  • Infant Hearing Screening: Is available for infants and toddlers (0-3). (Contact: Outreach Coordinator)
  • Inter-Library Loan:  Professional books and videotapes on a variety of professional development topics including disabilities, hearing loss, sign language, interpreting, educational programs, deaf culture, parenting, etc. (Contact: Librarian)
  • Interpreter Referral Service: (Contact: Communications Coordinator)
  • Parent-Infant Program:  For families whose child, 0 to 3 years, has a suspected or identified hearing loss. The Parent-Infant Program is family-centered to assist families in addressing their child's needs related to hearing loss. These services are provided in the child's natural environments. (Contact: Parent-Infant Coordinator)
  • Professional Consultation:  A certified Teacher of the Deaf is available to provide assistance to school teams in determining areas of need for deaf/hard of hearing students. Professional development classes, demonstrations, workshops, and staff in-services are available. (Contact: Outreach Coordinator)
  • Sign Language Instruction:  Including both American Sign Language and Signed English. (Contact: Communications Coordinator)
  • Summer Camps:  For children who are deaf or hard-of-hearing. (Contact: Outreach Coordinator)
  • Workshops or educational in-services:  On hearing loss and communication tips, deaf awareness issues, deaf culture, basic sign language, assistive-listening devices (fire alarms, doorbells, TTY's, etc.), hearing aids, audiograms, classroom modifications, and strategies. (Contact: Outreach Coordinator, Adult Services Coordinator, or Communications Coordinator)