Connect with other parents of deaf and hard of hearing children from 0-18 years of age. It’s never too early and never too late to learn more about how to encourage educational excellence for our children!
When: Saturday October 25, 2014, 9:30 am – 3:00 pm
Where: Douglas College, 700 Royal Ave., New Westminster, Room 1630/1640 – Level 1 South
Join us for our fall parent workshop featuring two captivating speakers from the U.S. – Janet DesGeorges (founding member and executive director of Hands & Voices) and Mark Drolsbaugh (author of “Madness in the Mainstream”). We will explore the unique aspects of supporting children who are deaf/hard of hearing while examining the core components that lead to success for ALL children. The educational needs of our children vary greatly – but they also have so much in common. As parents, what information do we need to ensure success for our children?
For Your Kids
Childcare and DYT Fun Day have limited space & will be provided on a first come, first served basis. CHILDREN MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED online – when full, kids registration will be closed.
Baby to preschool age:
Childcare will be provided onsite for deaf/hard of hearing children and their hearing siblings up to age 5 (numbers limited due to capacity restraints).
Kingergarten to grade 7 age:
DYT FUN DAY!
Due to our limited funding and staffing:
- We are limiting registration only to deaf & hard of hearing children who have a parent attending the Parent Workshop
- We don’t have additional resources for one-to-one workers, but will work with families to try our best
For more information: contact: email@example.com
ASL Interpreters & captioning will be provided. Learn from the speakers and network with other parents and role models.
Cost: $10 per person. Lunch is included for adults and children in childcare. DYT FUN DAY doesn’t include lunch; fees go to program costs. RSVP by October 10 online at www. chhaparents.com. For more information, please see the event flyer, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.