Literacy & Social Skills
There are Deaf schools that provide language of instruction in sign language (ASL/LSQ). Deaf students attending these schools are day students that return home daily, and residential students that live in the residence and participate in ASL/LSQ residence programs, going home on weekends. Where space is available, day students can participate in residential programs and activities. The social aspect of a signing environment.
Pursuing Deaf studies post graduation, Canadian students travel to the United States to attend Colleges and the only Deaf University. Deaf Canadians continue their education at Colleges and Universities across Canada with support of Sign Language Interpreters and Notetakers.
Gallaudet University is in Washington DC and is the only University designed to be barrier free for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students.
NTID National Technical Institute for the Deaf is a private technical college for Deaf students in Rochester New York
SWCID Southwest Collegiate Institute for the Deaf is a community college in Big Spring, Texas
Schools have student exchange programs where Deaf students can live and learn another language and culture. There are schools for the Deaf around the world where students are taught in sign language. Wikipedia has a detailed list of schools from around the world.
Alberta School for the Deaf
Queen Elizabeth Elementary Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program
Queen Elizabeth High School Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program
Stanley Jones Elementary School Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program
British Columbia Provincial School for the Deaf
Manitoba School for the Deaf
Ernest C. Drury School for the Deaf
Robarts School for the Deaf
Sir James Whitney School for the Deaf
Quebec Centre for the Hearing Impaired
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