This program serves students who qualify as having an auditory impairment and whose hearing loss interferes with the processing of linguistic information. This student’s educational performance, even with recommended amplification, is adversely affected, giving him or her a greater need for educational assistance. A student is determined eligible for this program by either an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) for students ages birth-3 years of age or by an Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) committee for students ages 3-21 years.
The Northwest Harris County Cooperative for the Hearing Impaired is a Regional Dayschool program for the Deaf/Hard of hearing (RDSPD) which works in partnership with the State of Texas, Education Service Centers and local school districts through a local school district. Due to the low incidence of hearing impairment, students may come from several districts to a central location (public school) for education services or be served by teachers who are certified to work with student who are deaf/hard of hearing on their home campuses. As part of the Northwest Harris County Cooperative for the Hearing Impaired, classes for students who have auditory impairments are offered at Birkes Elementary, Hancock Elementary, Campbell Middle School and Cy-Ridge High School. In addition to receiving instruction at the on-site campuses, students with auditory impairments may be served by itinerant teachers on the student's home campus. Additional services may be provided by a speech pathologist, counselor and an audiologist.
The Northwest Harris County Cooperative for the Hearing Impaired is located in Cypress Fairbanks ISD. This Cooperative serves five school districts including Cypress Fairbanks ISD, Spring ISD, Klein ISD, Tomball ISD and Waller ISD. In addition, the Co-op serves high school age students in Katy ISD and Spring Branch ISD.
The Co-op serves students in a variety of ways: a parent-infant program (students who are birth to 3 years of age), site-based classes in the public school setting, and an itinerant program for students who are served on their home campuses.
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