Deaf and Hearing Impaired Services
Our programs for the deaf and hearing impaired focus on enabling individuals to live as independently as possible. We offer specialized housing, workplace training and assistive technology.
Workplace and Skills Training
Learn the skills necessary for your job, find employment and train on a variety of assistive devices.
For information on job training and skill development contact Steve Famiglietti at steve.famiglietti@OakHillCT.org or call (860) 286-3100; TTY (860) 286-3113.
Oak Hill School
Private state approved special education school creatively meeting the needs of each individual student. Find more information on our website
Houses and apartments, custom-configured for the deaf and hearing impaired.
Find more information on our Residential Programs.
Therapy and support for deaf individuals living independently or with family.
Find more information on our In-Home Services.
Summer camp for deaf children.
Find more information on our Summer Camp.
Training for Caregivers
Find professional level courses and quick workshops specifically for caregivers and families through our NEAT Center.
Find more information on NEAT Center.
Oak Hill offers classes in American Sign Language. Contact us for details.
Erich Anderson-Krengel, a clinical social worker who happens to be hearing impaired, is volunteering his expertise in sign language and has improved communication skills with the deaf and hearing impaired at Oak Hill.