Heuser Hearing & Language Academy is located within Heuser Hearing Institute’s Louisville, Kentucky campus and serves as a resource for an average of 150 students a year.
The academy’s curriculum is quite unique. It offers highly individualized help that fosters physical, intellectual, social, and emotional development in students with a speech, language or processing disorders or delays.
Currently, Heuser Hearing & Language Academy offers Heuser Early Intervention Program, a site- and home-based program for families with children from birth to age three.
The next stage of a child’s educational journey is our preschool and kindergarten program, a center-based early childhood school built on a strong foundation of targeted skill development with early language and communication learning.
Heuser Hearing & Language Academy serves young children with a hearing loss serious enough to require amplification as well as hearing children who demonstrate a significant speech, auditory processing or language delay resulting in communication challenges.
Heuser Hearing & Language Academy is a non-profit. Any child in Kentucky with a hearing loss can attend at NO COST. All other children who need programs, such as our classrooms for speech apraxia, attend based on a sliding scale. No child is turned away due to an inability to pay.
The average cost to educate one child with hearing loss is $25,000. In order to provide the education they need, we rely on private donations and grants. All donations are tax deductible. Please consider donating to the children in Kentucky who are trying to find their voice.