VOICE offers a variety of programs and resources for families with children who are deaf and hard of hearing. Please explore the programs below, and email email@example.com with any questions!
Early Years (0-6 years old)
VOICE's Early Years is a platform that supports and empowers parents with children who are deaf and hard-of-hearing 0-6 years old by giving them needed knowledge and support to successfully go through their journey with their beloved children. VOICE connects parents with each other through numerous social events and interactive workshops. To learn more, or to get involved, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Early Years Program."
VOICE is dedicated to helping parents who have children that are deaf or hard of hearing by providing them with educational and financial resources, tips, and articles. By providing parents with the tools they need to help their child succeed as well as a network of parents in similar situations, we can allow ourselves to see the hidden treasures of living with hearing loss.
VOICE offers many fun and exciting events for children and youth who are deaf or hard of hearing. By providing them with these experiences, a new community filled with wonderful connections can be created for our children. Check out how to get your children/teens involved in VOICE!
By partnering with professionals and educators, VOICE can help in providing practical ideas to promote academic success, effective parenting, a solid home-and-school partnership, healthy habits, and positive character traits. Please contact us if you are a professional or educator looking to get involved with VOICE.
Through regular government contact and participation on advisory committees and government consultations, VOICE continues to provide current information to policy makers on the changing needs of children and youth with hearing loss. As a proud recipient of the 2010 Consumer Advocacy Award by the Canadian Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists, VOICE is eager to continue to raise awareness and educate the public on issues pertaining to deafness and loss of hearing.