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WSD

WSD

Residential school for deaf and hard of hearing students from throughout the state of Wisconsin.

Outreach

Outreach

Provides programs and services to students, ages 3 to 21, who are deaf, hard of hearing, or deafblind.

WDBTAP

WDBTAP

Provides resources to children and youth aged birth to 21 with combined vision and hearing loss.

Events

Events

For students who are deaf, hard of hearing, and deafblind, their families, and service providers.

Mission – Vision – Values

Mission

To provide comprehensive education and support services to all Wisconsin children who are deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind, their families and their service providers.

 

Vision

The programs of WESP-DHH utilize evidence-based practices and seamless supports, services and resources to enable all children to achieve their maximum academic, social and emotional potential in their respective environments.

 

Values

Student-Centered
We support and foster the development of the whole child, including physical, intellectual, social and emotional abilities.

Diversity
We embrace the diverse needs of the student and their families, respecting varied communication styles and preferences, family dynamics, cultures, creeds, religious preferences, identity, race, and ethnicities.

Excellence
We pursue excellence, using evidence-based practices, provided by experts in the field of hearing loss.

Service
We strive to serve as a first point of contact for families, service providers, and the community, providing a complete spectrum of resources, supports and services, with expertise in the field of deafness.

Collaboration
We work in partnership with parents, school districts, service providers, and other hearing loss-related entitites, organizations, and agencies, as well as programs within WESP-DHH to ensure seamless provision of services in a timely manner.

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