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Notes for Prospective Students
- SCHOOL PROGRAMS
- The Katherine Hamm Center, a Listening & Spoken Language
Program, serves children from infancy through elementary school age
who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Students in our Auditory-Verbal
Program communicate through listening and talking only.
The Wardlaw School serves children with dyslexia and other
language-based learning disabilities.
For Kindergarteners through
6th graders, the Wardlaw School provides personalized instruction
and prepares children for a mainstream educational setting as
quickly as possible.
Stepping Stones is the only preschool program of its kind in
Georgia, providing therapeutic education for young children with
speech and/or language difficulties.
The program has a learning
disability specialist, speech-language pathologist, occupational
therapist, and psychologist on its staff.
The Anne and Jim Kenan Preschool is a mainstream preschool
program that serves children two to five years of age.
curriculum addresses the key areas that research indicates must be
fostered to develop early literacy skills in young children.
CLINIC and COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
The Rollins Center for Language & Learning is a
professional development program that partners with public school
systems, individual schools, and preschools to provide teachers
with training, mentoring, and coaching, so that young children will
develop into proficient readers.
The Speech-Language Pathology Clinic provides comprehensive
evaluations and treatment for children and adults from with
The Audiology Clinic provides evaluations and remediation for
adults, children, and infants with communication difficulties in
which hearing loss or auditory processing plays a part.
includes hearing aid dispensing, programming, and maintenance.
clinic also serves as a referral source for Georgia's Universal
Newborn Hearing Screening program and provides non-medical cochlear
The Occupational Therapy Clinic serves children from infancy to
adolescence who experience difficulties in sensory integration,
gross and fine motor coordination, visual perception, visual motor
and handwriting skills, independent self care, and feeding
The Learning Evaluation Clinic provides comprehensive
psychoeducational evaluations to students from their last year of
preschool through their college years.
The Learning Lab offers intervention services in the areas of
reading, written language, mathematics, spoken language, and study
skills to students experiencing language-based academic
difficulties or learning disabilities such as dyslexia.
After-School and Summer Camp programs provide fun and
educational enrichment opportunities for children with and without