Summit Speech School has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Investors Bank Foundation to help babies and toddlers with a hearing loss learn to talk. The funds will support the School’s Parent/Infant Program, which provides early intervention services to families of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Individualized and group services are available for children from birth to three years of age throughout northern and central New Jersey. Founded in 1967, Summit Speech School teaches deaf and hard of hearing children to listen and speak, so they can succeed as part of the hearing world. In addition to the Parent/Infant Program, the School also offers a Preschool for children 3-5 years old that prepares them to enter mainstream schools in kindergarten or first grade, and an Itinerant Mainstream Support Program serving children in grades K-12 in local schools throughout northern and central New Jersey. The Summit Speech School Audiology Center specializes in the assessment and management of pediatric hearing loss.