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California Deaf Education Resource Center


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The California Deaf Education Resource Center:

  • Conducts family tours of the school based on the individual needs of the student and family
  • Provides ASL classes for the community/CSDR families
  • Provides workshops, programs, and classes for families of deaf children
  • Partners with the southern California communities to assist families with available resources and questions related to the education of their deaf child
  • Provides workshops and trainings to professionals and parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing children
  • Family mentor program connected with our PIP program and CSU, Northridge

To request a tour, contact info@csdr-cde.ca.gov or cderc@csdr-cde.ca.gov and we will contact you shortly.

ASL classes are offered to the community. Classes take place on Wednesday evening from 6pm-7:30pm once a week. Children are welcome, but no childcare is available. Updated class schedules are shared with parents/community every semester.

Each month, a workshop is included in the schedule. Workshop topics vary from Resources for the Deaf to How to Read to Your Deaf Child.