Pathways: Language and Literacy for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children


Welcome to Georgia Pathways, a resource for deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) children, their families, and their community. Georgia Pathways provides information about how to locate statewide programs and partners, access services, and obtain resources for families and professionals.

Find an Audiologist

Hearing screening options are available all across Georgia. Find a location near you to get started.

What to Know as a Caretaker of a DHH Child

Not sure where to begin? Learn how to support your child with these helpful resources.

Schools and Programs

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Division of State Schools

The Division of State Schools serves students with sensory disabilities and their families. The Division includes three public schools, an early intervention program and a statewide Outreach Program.

Georgia PINES: Parent Infant Network for Educational Services

Georgia Parent Infant Network for Education Services (Georgia PINES)

Georgia PINES provides early intervention services for children with sensory loss and their families.

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Babies Can't Wait (BCW)

Babies Can't Wait offers a variety of home-based early intervention for children (birth to 3 years) with special needs and their families.

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Bright from the Start

Bright from the Start offers a variety of child care and early education (birth to 5 years) services to children and their families.

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Georgia Mobile Audiology

Georgia Mobile Audiology travels to children and families to provide pediatric audiological services to families free of charge.

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Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE)

Find your school district's Special Education (SPED) Program for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (DHH).

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