WHERE DEAF CHILDREN TALK



The Moog Center for Deaf Education is an independent, not-for-profit school that provides educational services to children with hearing loss birth to early elementary years and their families. Our goal at the Moog Center is to make it possible for children with hearing loss to talk, well enough to compete academically and socially with their hearing peers. When children leave the Moog Center, they are prepared to transition to their local schools and enjoy their education alongside their hearing classmates. We lay the ground work for children to achieve successful and fulfilling lives. Ninety-five percent of our alumni have chosen to receive post high school education. At the Moog Center for Deaf Education we teach deaf children to talk. And we teach others how to do it, too.

The Moog Center consists of the following programs:

•  The Family School
•  The Moog School
•  Teleschool
•  Audiology

•  Professional Consulting
•  Educational Consulting

At the Moog Center we:

•  create curricula
•  present nationally and internationally
•  have top-notch audiology
•  are outcome based
•  provide results

We have a strong commitment to early intervention and working in partnership with families. The focus of the curriculum is accelerating development of spoken language so the children can develop sufficient language skills to be full participants in the general education setting. Our focused, consistent instruction, combined with our high expectations and high standards, results in high achievement for our students.

Now Hear This!



Featured Alumnus

Meet Patrick

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App of the Month

Avokiddo ABC Ride

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Summer Workshop

Helping Your Child Learn To Talk

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Monthly Language Calendar

Daily Activities for Language Learning

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Activity of the Month

Looking at Christmas Lights

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Evidence of Success

A Report on Achievement of 

Children at the Moog Center

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Inclement Weather

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OUR NEXT WORKSHOP:

For parents of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, ages 2 to 5



June 12-16, 2018