How can inclusive education work for the deaf learner? What does it take to change from the special education paradigm to the inclusive education paradigm? Which steps help to improve hearing-aid service delivery to hard of hearing persons? We bridge the gap between research and practice, by translating theory in everyday needs and skills.
We can provide advisory services to mainstream organizations that want to become inclusive.
Linking the education and health sector in order to form a multi-sectoral response.
Full access to education in an adequate language and learning environment needs specialists who have experience in complex communication challenges. From pre-primary / early childhood age, to primary and secondary school and tertiary education. Building the knowledge infrastructure for rehabilitation, speech therapy and hearing care once hearing aids are available or after cochlear implantation.
Bridging communication barriers, that is what Kentalis can do.
Video of Kentalis working on Early Childhood Education