We are home to two world-class schools serving deaf and hard of hearing students in a bilingual/bicultural setting.
Marie Philip School
Marie Philip School enrolls nearly 200 deaf and hard of hearing students Pre-K to Grade 12+ in a language-rich bilingual-bicultural environment on campus.
Walden School is a nationally-recognized residential clinical and education program for deaf youth 8-22 years old. Students have often experienced significant adverse childhood events, as well as language deprivation.
We offer a range of community-based services that benefit deaf and hard of hearing children, adults and their families.
We provide quality American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Interpreters (DI) to the MetroWest community and beyond. We serve schools, organizations, medical facilities, businesses and more with skilled interpretation services.
We offer comprehensive audiology and hearing aid services to all ages within the MetroWest community and beyond.
Badavas Parent Infant Program
The Badavas Parent Infant Program (PIP) serves deaf and hard of hearing children birth to age 3 who are enrolled in Early Intervention programs across the state of Massachusetts.
Walden Community Service
We offers a continuum of linguistically and culturally specialized behavioral health services for deaf and hard of hearing children, adults, and their families.