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    Join Us for Family Camp

    VOICE is pleased to annunce that we will be hosting our Annual Family Camp August 19-21, 2016 at Bark Lake Campground  in Haliburton. 

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    VOICE 24th Annual Conference - September 17th 2016

    VOICE is pleased to present the 24th Annual Conference taking place September 17th at the University of Guelph campus. This years' theme is Ready, Set Go! Addressing the challenges of children with hearing loss who are learning to listen and speak. Check your inbox for more information coming soon!

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    E-Learning

    • VOICE has launched Sounds for Success, a series of on-line courses that focuses on the unique needs of young students with hearing loss and how to supporting him/her in the mainstream classroom. Be sure to sign up to enroll in the courses today!

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    Thank You Dress Loud Participants!

    Thank You to everyone who participated in VOICE Dress Loud day to support programs for children with hearing loss

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    VOICE helps kids hear, listen and speak for life

    • Our Mission is to ensure that all children with hearing loss have their rights upheld with access to services for developing their abilities to learn to hear, listen and speak

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    How You Can Help

    CLICK below to find out the many ways you can support children with hearing loss.
     
    Your gift to VOICE will be used to ensure children with hearing loss receive support through audio verbal therapy combined with the skills and confidence they need to thrive in mainstream schools with typically hearing peers.

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  • Mental Health Guide
  • Mental Health Guide

    To assist families and professionals in supporting the mental health and developing social skills of children and youth with hearing loss, VOICE has produced “I Feel Good!” A Guide to Support the Mental Health and Well-Being of Children and Youth Who Are deaf and Hard of Hearing in Ontario's schools. This publication was developed in collaboration with the Canadian Hearing Society and with input from researchers at Universities of Toronto and Western Ontario as well as clinical psychologists. 

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VOICE has local chapters in 21 locations in over 4 provinces and regions in Canada.

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