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Parent Coffee Night – September 15

Please join us for our next coffee night on Monday, September 15, 2014! We hope you can join us to: Get to know other parents of kids with hearing loss Share ideas that support your deaf or hard of hearing child…or just … Continue reading 

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Keeping Your Eye on the Prize: Inspiring Stories from Young D/HH Adults (Fall Workshop in Review 2012) – Simplified Chinese 正视努力的目标: 失听/弱听年青人令我们振奋的故事

By Anja Rosenke Download this article Link to English version This translation is made possible with the generous donation of the Gwyn Morgan & Patricia Trottier Foundation.

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Ho Ho Huh? Tips for Surviving the Holidays

January 2011 Contributed by Lorna Irwin, Idaho H&V You’ve done whatever you need to do to give your deaf or hard of hearing child access to communication at  home through amplification, creating a good listening environment and/or employing some form … Continue reading 

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The “Daily Draw”

From the age of two, children use spontaneous drawing as a language medium but the potential becomes real only if adult care-givers take an interest by motivating themes. We believe that most children are still innocently deprived of drawing as … Continue reading 

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Signing Course First in North America

Story by Jennifer Moreau, The Burnaby Now The Burnaby school district launched North America’s first online American Sign Language course last month. “It’s about access, it’s about bridging cultures, all cultures of the world,” said Karen Taylor, the administrator for the … Continue reading 

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