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Washington State Hands & Voices is dedicated to supporting families with children who are deaf, deaf-blind or hard of hearing, without a bias towards communication modes.  It is a parent-driven, non-profit organization, providing families with resources, networks, and information needed to improve communication and educational outcomes for their children.  

 

Research Opportunity:

Familiy Social!

Join us April 25th from 11:30- 2:30 for a family gathering. Please RSVP by April 17th to pauline.crandall@wahandsandvoices.org or 425-876-8989. See you there! ( more info below) UPDATE!!!!! We will be having some special Seafair clowns guests stopping by to provide some fun!

D/HH transition fair!

April 29th,4-8pm at Roosevelt High School Cafeteria Room,1410 NE 66th Street,Seatlle, WA 98115. Please RSVP to Lee Ellis: lee.ellis@cdhl.wa.gov

 

 

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Providing unbiased, emotional support and resources by trained Parent Guides to families with children with hearing loss.

 

SuperDeafy Coming to Bellingham!!

No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Movie

 

Tuesday, April 28 6:30PM – 8:13 PM

 

At Pickford Film Center

 

1318 Bay Street, Bellingham

 

$11.00 General

 

Tickets available March 21 12:00AM

 

See the link for information:

https://www.tugg.com/events/15183

 


 


S.E.E. WEEKEND SKILLSHOP April 24-26, 2015 at Seattle Children’s Hospital Co-Sponsored by Family Conversations

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Spring Family Retreat 2015!! ‏

May 1-3 at Lazy F Campground and Retreat Center

It’s time to register for Spring Family Retreat 2015! This year camp will be May 1st-3rd , 2015!  We are very excited for all of the fun activities planned for children and parents. Please take a look at the flyer below for more information. If you are interested in attending this weekend, please fill out the form attached to the flyer and mail it (or scan and email it) in ASAP. Please note, if your Deaf of Hard of Hearing child is under age 3, please use the B-3 registration form (below as well). If you have any questions about the weekend or registration, please feel free to contact Sarah Erland (ErlandS@cwu.edu) at any time. We are looking forward to Family Camp 2015, and hope you can make it!

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SAVE THE DATE!

FAMILY CAMP FOR FAMILIES WITH DEAF AND

HARD OF HEARING KIDS

Keep the first weekend in May reserved for the annual Family Retreat in

Ellensburg at the Lazy F Camp.

This is one of the best opportunities of the year to connect with new and old

friends, share resources and learn!

We'll keep you updated when more info is available.

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A Playdate for Children with Hearing Loss - Age 6 & Under

During our time together, parents can learn ways to support their children in developing new speech skills, language, and listening skills. NWSDHH staff will be there to help guide your children so parents are more able to socialize with others!

 

Jan. 24

Feb. 28

Mar. 14

Apr. 11SDHH staff will be thealize with others!

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Central Valley's Annual:

Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Spring Fling!

The new location for our  Central Valley Deaf and Hard of Hearing Spring Fling, (Stache Bash) will be held in the CVSD #356 Early Learning Center (ELC) Gymnasium. 

Address: 10304 E. 9th Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99206 (the OLD University High School).  There is plenty of parking on Herald Rd. on the west side of the building. 

Watch for the balloons!

WA. State Hands & Voices Brochure

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