– Services – School-Age Students -D/HH

A collage with a variety of pictures. The top left picture shows several adults sitting at a U shaped table. A teacher is in the middle of the U shaped table teaching the adults sign language. The top right pictures shows two smilingladies with a smiling child sitting between them at a table. On the table are drinks, plates and food. The bottom left picture shows a group of older children painting a picture together. The bottom middle picture shows a male adult and an older boy working together in the kitchen. The bottom right picture shows a smiling young lady holding a little boy.   The ASL immersion was excellent. It gave the family the challenge we needed. We have taken ASL classes together before but the kids were bored and the pace was too slow. Being around ASL all day really helps to learn, not just taking one hour a week. The staff was great and fun, that also makes this program wonderful. Thanks SO MUCH!!!!”              ~A parent experiencing the ASL Immersion program

The Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind (CSDB), Outreach Programs, offers programs and services for students, ages 3 – 21 years old, who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and attend public, charter, private or online schools.  Services are also provided for parents and staff from school districts or Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES).    

American Sign Language (ASL) Immersion for families is an opportunity for family members to experience Deaf Culture through activity based language experiences.  Participants will leave with a more complete understanding of Deaf Culture and an improved ability to communicate ASL.

American Sign Language (ASL) Immersion for professionals is a intensive learning opportunity. Professionals become a part of Deaf Culture by immersing in the language and the community of the Deaf.
Additional information about services for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, ages 3-21 years, provided through CSDB Outreach Programs.

Adult Role Models

Adults who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing discuss their educational experiences, work environments, use of technology, and communication preferences on video clips.  View the videos of Role Models – Deaf/Hard of Hearing 

CSDB offers consultation, training and related support services for students who attend public, charter, private or online schools.  Specialized assessments (Independent Education Evaluations) and direct service or related service are provided on a fee-for-service basis.  Fees are determined based on the frequency and duration of the service.  CSDB’s staff are appropriately licensed in their area of expertise through the Colorado Department of Education.

Specialized Assessments and Consultations

CSDB staff are experienced and trained in working with students who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Deafblind.  Assessments and consultations may be requested in the following areas:

  • Cognitive
  • Social Emotional
  • Academic
  • Speech and Language
  • Motor
  • Audiological
  • American Sign Language

Direct Service

Service contracts for direct and/or indirect service can be provided to individual school districts or Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) as requested.    Services provided are:

  • Teacher of the Deaf
  • Counseling
  • American Sign Language Instruction

Please complete the attached form to request  Assessment, Consultation and Direct Service.

Both the School for the Deaf and the School for the Blind house library media centers and each provides a variety of resources and services for students with vision or hearing loss. Parents, professionals, and communities who serve these special populations locally and statewide may borrow materials from our libraries. This link redirects to the webpage for CSDB Media Centers.