Marion's Way Preschool
Marion's Way Preschool is an intensive summer program for children with hearing loss. It is well documented that hearing is important for speech and language development, communication, and learning. Without intervention services and support, young children who are deaf or hard of hearing children can potentially develop speech, language, and learning delays which can also lead to social and emotional development delays as well. Marion's Way Preschool offers a specialized educational experience for children who primarily have oral language goals. (Note: we do not restrict or deny visual communication support, such as sign language, when needed.) Marion's Way Preschool is the only preschool in the Denver metro area that is only for deaf and hard of hearing children.
Marion's Way 2013
This summer's program will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings, June 25 - August 1, 2013 (exception: there will be class on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday the week of July 1-July 8) at the Anchor Center for Blind Children in Denver. To apply, download the student application and release of information below and submit to the Marion Downs Hearing Center by May 1, 2013. Tuition is $2,000. Limited scholarships and payment plans are available for families who require assistance. Parents of accepted students, pay your registration fee here.