AG Bell Financial Aid Programs

AG Bell Financial Aid Programs Overview

Financial aid programs are available for families at every stage of raising their child. Click through to read more about what may be available for you. Read More »

AG Bell Arts & Sciences Award Program

The Arts & Sciences Award Program is available to students with hearing loss who are in grades one through twelve to participate in after-school, weekend or summer programs focused on developing skills in the arts or sciences. Read More »

AG Bell Parent-Infant Financial Aid Program

The Parent-Infant Financial Aid Program is for families of infants and toddlers ages birth through 3 who have been diagnosed with a moderate to profound hearing loss who are in pursuit of spoken language outcome for their child. Awards are intended to assist with expenses for services such as auditory support services, speech-language therapy, tuition, etc. Families should be committed to a listening and spoken language outcome for their child or children with hearing loss. Read More »

AG Bell Preschool-Age Financial Aid Program

The Preschool-Age Financial Aid program is for families of preschool-age children who have been diagnosed with a moderate-severe to profound hearing loss and who are in pursuit of spoken language education for their child. Awards are intended to assist with expenses for things such as auditory support services, speech-language therapy, preschool tuition, etc. Families who apply should be committed to a listening and spoken language approach for the education of their child’s listening, speech and cognitive skills. Read More »

AG Bell School-Age Financial Aid Program

The School-Age Financial Aid program is for students with hearing loss who use listening and spoken language and who are in first through twelfth grades and attending a parochial, private or independent (not public) mainstream school. Awards are intended to help with educational costs such as tuition, room and board, books, equipment, auditory and speech language support services, academic tutoring, transportation, and other school-related expenses. This program is not applicable for students who are being homeschooled, attend public school or are in college. Read More »