The School for the Deaf and Communication Disorders
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The School for the Deaf and Communication Disorders at Orphan Welfare Organization (OWO) aims to provide education, training, and rehabilitation services to children with hearing impairments and communication disorders to help them attain academic achievement and social integration.


-Up to 135 students from the age of 3 to 22 years old.


  • Work on the development of early intervention for children with hearing impairments and communication disorders.
  • Provide students with academic skills using the latest methods for the development of their various cognitive, physical, and social aspects.
  • Offer basic education to students with hearing impairments until the completion of the Lebanese Brevet Certificate (Grade 9) and orient them to further pursue academic or vocational plans.
  • Work on the reintegration of students with communication disorders in public or private schools through specialized programs and intensive treatment sessions.



  • Teach, train, and rehabilitate students with hearing impairments from nursery to the ninth grade (Brevet level) using pedagogic methodologies that correspond to their abilities.
  • Individualized educational and rehabilitation programs for students with communication disorders from kindergarten to the ninth grade (Brevet level).  
  • Provide supportive treatment services through specialized individual sessions in: Psychotherapy | Psychomotor therapy | Speech therapy | Educational Evaluation


The school of Deaf and communication disorder
 Was founded in 1978, and it has two sections for educational and rehabilitation services:
Our school provides a variety of services in the fields of education, therapeutic and vocational rehabilitation, and integration in cooperation with a specialized educational and therapeutic team. 
These services are provided through the following departments:
-Early Intervention Department.
-The Deaf Department.
- Communication disorders department.

Up to 135 students ,our school enrolls students  from the early intervention stage through ninth grade, which they are provided with education, training, and rehabilitation programs in an effort to support their academic success and social integration