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Computers of all types continue to be a great equalizer in the education, employment and personal lives of people who are hard of hearing or deaf. Computers allow for home-based education when local resources are insufficient to meet the student’s needs. Help connect these children to a world outside their home and their classroom.
Beverly School for the Deaf/The Children’s Center for Communication seeks to enhance the lives of Deaf and hearing children and their families living with communication and developmental challenges by providing comprehensive educational and communication-rich programs.Beverly School for the Deaf/The Children’s Center for Communication is a private, non-profit, 503c 3 organization (IRS# 04-2103886) Beverly School for the Deaf (BSD) provides a spectrum of services for Deaf and hard of hearing, communication challenged, and developmentally delayed children birth to 22. The Children’s Center for Communication (CCC) provides a spectrum of services for hearing and hard of hearing combined with complex communication disorders related to Autism Spectrum Disorders, multiple disabilities, Down Syndrome, and/or global delays children ages birth to 22.Services include: Parent Infant Program, Integrated Preschool, Toddler Groups, elementary/middle/high school program, integrated HS program, pre-vocational and vocational program, after-school programming, sign language classes, summer program, consulting, and community outreach.
CCC/BSD currently maintains 24 classrooms, computer labs, a library and media center for students and faculty. Replacement and upgrading continues to be a priority for Desktop PCs, laptops (mac and pc), and for printers.
Our students are Deaf/HH, special needs, multi-handicapped, and developmentally challenged. We provide classroom and home-based services across a range of disciplines.
We also utilize computers in the form of voice output systems and other styles of communication devices for our students who are not independent communicators.
Deaf and multi-handicapped students in inclusive and separate special-needs classrooms. Students ages range from 3 to 22. Typical classroom sizes average 5 students per class.
The Children’s Center for Communication Beverly School for the Deaf
Attn: Mark Carlson
6 Echo Avenue
Beverly, MA 01915
|Phone:||(978) 927-7070 x 202|
PC Desktop System
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Switch or Router
Tablet or PDA