The Montreal Oral School for the Deaf (MOSD) teaches children with hearing loss to listen and speak. MOSD provides habilitation and oral education for children with hearing loss from infancy through to early adulthood and prepares them for early integration into mainstream schools. Known world wide for our models in mainstreaming, Montreal Oral School for the Deaf provides multi-disciplinary support and ongoing specialized teaching to all integrated students throughout their primary and secondary schooling. Montreal Oral School for the Deaf serves children in Montreal and other regions of Quebec.
Founded in 1950 as an alternative to sign language education, Montreal Oral School for the Deaf is the first and only school of its kind in Montreal and is one of only three in all of Canada. Children with varying degrees of hearing loss, including severe and profound, are taught to speak, to read and to listen. This is accomplished through the use of sophisticated technology that includes cochlear implants, hearing aids, and FM systems. In addition to education programs, Montreal Oral School for the Deaf offers comprehensive audiological services, psychological and social services and a Parent/Infant program for newly diagnosed babies and toddlers. Established as a private institution in the public interest, all services are provided free of charge.
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