Author Archives: BC H&V

Hard of Hearing Angels- Arabic عربي

Hard of Hearing Angels- عربي Link to original article in English: https://www.bchandsandvoices.com/post/hard-of-hearing-angels/

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Learning to be Flexible

By Lisa Cable I am the oldest child in my family and a classic “Type A” personality.  As such, I LOVE to be in control.  I want to know what’s going to be happening and actively plan for each and … Continue reading 

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Never Mind, It’s Not Important = Never Mind, You’re Not Important- 中文

Never Mind-TC-繁體中文 Never Mind-SC-简体中文 Link to original article in English: https://www.bchandsandvoices.com/post/never-mind-its-not-important/

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Getting Ready for Kindergarten – Traditional & Simplified Chinese

Getting Ready for Kindergarten- TC-繁體中文 Getting Ready for Kindergarten- SC-简体中文 Link to original article in English: https://www.bchandsandvoices.com/post/getting-ready-for-kindergarten-navigating-your-options/

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O.U.R. Children Project ‘What do parents need to know about keeping their DHH children safe?’ Webinar

Join us for our upcoming Webinar! This webinar is a part of the O.U.R. Children Project (O=Observe, U=Understand, R=Respond) Presenters Harold A. Johnson and Sara Kennedy will outline strategies to ensure personal safety for young children who are deaf and … Continue reading 

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Why I Sign

Author: Kurt Kuzminski Why do I sign? Because it’s beautiful. Because it translates movement into poetry, connecting concepts to ideas, and people to people. It tells us stories in a vivid, visual medium that is intuitively enchanting, and — simultaneously … Continue reading 

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Deaf Parents, Hearing Child

By: Levi Traxler   My wife and I are Deaf, and we use American Sign Language to communicate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We rely on a lot of visual information, such as when I flicker the … Continue reading 

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2021 AGM & Parent Connect Evening “Ask Me Anything”

We’ll begin with a brief 30 minute AGM, where we will share what BC Hands & Voices has accomplished over the past year. Then we’ll dive into our “Ask Me Anything” Session – Hosted by your BC H&V Board of … Continue reading 

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Parent Connect Coffee Night- ‘Bedtime Poetry-Creating a Harmonious Bedtime’

Join BC Hands & Voices, Guide By Your Side parents and Deaf/Hard of Hearing Guides for a panel discussion about all things bedtime! They will share  tips for creating a pleasant bedtime experience for both YOU and your deaf/hard of … Continue reading 

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BC Hands & Voices presents “Finding Unity in our Diversity: Family stories of raising young children who are deaf and hard of hearing.”

CHECK OUT OUR NEW BOOK!! Connecting with others who have shared life experiences is one of the joys of being human.  In our ever-changing world, those connections aren’t always present when we need them most.  And so we are excited … Continue reading 

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