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Deaf Education Options - Auditory/Oral:

Description, benefits, and disadvantages to Oralism

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf

The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is an international membership organization and resource center on hearing loss and spoken language approaches and related issues.

Auditory Verbal International, Inc.

Auditory-Verbal International, Inc (AVI) is a private non-profit international membership organization whose principal objective is to promote listening and speaking as a way of life for children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Oral Deaf Education: Dreams Spoken Here

The new technology available today through modern hearing aids and cochlear implants provides enough access to sound that, with appropriate instruction at Oral Deaf Education Schools, most children who are deaf and hard of hearing can learn to talk.

Oral Schools for the Deaf

Magnolia Speech School

Private not-for-profit school which provides an intensive auditory/oral program for the hearing-impaired children of Mississippi.

Jean Weingarten

Oral school in Redwood City.

Atlanta Speech School

Oral school in Atlanta, Georgia.

Child's Voice

Oral school for the deaf in Chicago.

Clarke School for the Deaf

Official web site of the Clarke School, which utilizes the oral method of instruction.

Central Institute for the Deaf

Oral school in St. Louis, Missouri.

Moog Oral School

Oral school in St. Louis.


Oral school in Portland, Oregon.

DePaul Institute

Oral school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Memphis Oral School

Oral school in Memphis, Tennessee.

Sunshine Cottage

This school for the deaf in San Antonio, Texas utilizes the oral method of instruction.

More Oral Schools

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