What We Do

Brazos River 

Regional day school program for the deaf

*Competent Sign Skills are determined through the interview process with certified interpreters. (Typical Communication Assistants are graduates of  interpreter training programs.)

Where are we?

Communication Continuum

Implementation of both auditory/oral and manual/visual communication options are supported equally across the program and are implemented to the most appropriate method for each individual student through assessment process. Communication Assessment is an on-going process and is addressed formally at scheduled ARD meetings.

Bluff Dale ISD, Brock ISD, Dublin ISD, Evant ISD, Garner ISD, Glen Rose ISD, Goldthwaite ISD, Gordon ISD, Graford ISD, Granbury ISD, Hamilton ISD, Hico ISD, Huckabay ISD, Jonesboro ISD, Lingleville ISD, Lipan ISD, Lometa ISD,  Millsap ISD, Mineral Wells ISD, Morgan Mill ISD, Palo Pinto ISD, Peaster ISD, Poolville ISD, Priddy ISD, Santo ISD, Springtown ISD, Stephenville ISD, Strawn ISD, Three Way ISD, Tolar ISD, and Weatherford ISD

Brazos River Regional Day School Program for the Deaf serves Deaf/Hard of Hearing students from birth through age 21 in the North Texas School Districts including those associated with the following Special Education Programs: Central Texas Shared Services, Erath County Special Services, Granbury ISD, Hood-Somervell Special Ed Co-op, Palo Pinto Special Services, Parker County Co-op, Springtown ISD, Stephenville ISD, and Weatherford ISD.

‚ÄčBRRDSPD Communication Philosophy

The Brazos River Regional Day School Program for the Deaf believes, supports, and educates in the communication method that works best for your child.