What We Do at Magnolia Speech School
We provide an auditory/oral education for children with hearing loss and language disorders. Magnolia Speech School offers specific language activities and academic instruction in the classroom supported by auditory training, speech and occupational therapy services as needed. Music, computer lab, and library are also provided to all students.
The Association Method is an instructional system for designed to help children overcome their communication obstacles. The method is consistent and structured, incorporating repetitive drills to build core skills in attention, retention, and recall. With over 50 years of planning and refining at Magnolia Speech School, this method has provided continued success for our students.
Magnolia Speech School provides early intervention services for babies and young children with hearing loss from birth to age 3. We provide complete audiological services including diagnostic evaluations. Choose from our home-based Parent/Infant program or our Center-Based Classroom Program.
The Hackett Bower Clinic at Magnolia Speech School offers clinical services on an outpatient basis. We offer one-on-one therapy in auditory training, speech/language instruction, academic tutoring, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. Learn more about our Speech-Language and Audiology services.
Magnolia Speech School has structured our educational program around the three stages of the student’s needs: the Parent/Infant Program, the Self-Contained Classroom, and the Transitional Program. The educational program for each child is designed for the development of communicative, cognitive and social skills, which will facilitate the child’s integration into advanced educational settings, and ultimately, into society.
Our Language Disorders Department works with children who have neurologically based language disorders like apraxia, aphasia, attention deficit disorder, dyslexia, auditory processing disorder, autism, and more. Learn more about how we treat these disorders in the Self-Contained Classroom and in our Transition Program.