Program for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
The Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHH) Program serves individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing from 3 to 22 years old, whose hearing loss ranges from mild to profound. The program offers a continuum of services that is based on student need and responds to communication preferences.
100 Signs for Parents and Teachers
Supporting Success for Kids with Hearing Loss
California Department of Rehabilitation
AG Bell: Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center
DeafTEC-Technological Education Center
California Children's Services
If you need assistance with any of the forms provided on this page, please contact: Chelsea Siegel, Principal, for assistance by phone at 707- 524-2700, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students are considered for referral to the DHH Program when district personnel complete and submit a DHH Screening Packet (zipped folder). This screening packet is reviewed by a SCOE DHH specialist to provide assistance to the district in determining if an assessment for special education eligibility is appropriate. If the district finds that an assessment is appropriate, then an assessment plan will be developed and sent to the parent or educational rights holder for review and consent.
If an assessment is recommended, a SELPA Special Education Referral form is completed and signed by appropriate school personnel. Other documents may also be required from the school or sent to the student's parents at this time.
SCOE DHH Program
Sonoma County Office of Education
5340 Skylane Boulevard
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Fax (707) 578-3156
Chelsea Siegel, Principal
Questions may be directed to:
- Chelsea Siegel, Principal