Direct Parent to Parent support for families with deaf and hard of hearing children. "What Works for your Child is What Makes the Choice Right."
Hands & Voices is pleased to partner with the: National Early Childhood Assessment Project (NECAP – “kneecap”)
Principal Investigator: Christine Yoshinaga-Itano, Ph.D. Project Coordinator: Allison Sedey, Ph.D. Dear Parents, A warm hello from Hands & Voices! In partnership with the University of Colorado-Boulder, we are currently seeking parents of children who are deaf or hard or hearing to participate in a survey that will help us to understand your experiences with early intervention services.
If you are:
A primary caregiver of a child who is deaf or hard of hearing
Your child is 0-36 months old
We invite you to participate!
Your story counts! Your experiences can help to bring guidance to those developing systems of care for our kids.
This survey is completely confidential and no identifying information will be shared with your Early Intervention program.
It will only take you 10-15 minutes to complete
At the end of the survey, you may enter a drawing for a $100 Target gift card
Thank you. As a parent-driven organization, we know how busy your lives are, so even ten minutes of your time is precious – so thank you in advance!
Chapter meeting May 31, 6PM at TLK in Peoples Plaza in Glasgow. If you can’t make it in person, you can join us on Google Hangouts. Text or email Angie for telephone access.
Chapter meeting June 28, 6PM at TLK in Peoples Plaza in Glasgow. If you can’t make it in person, you can join us on Google Hangouts. Text or email Angie for telephone access.
Chapter meeting July 26, 6PM at TLK in Peoples Plaza in Glasgow. If you can’t make it in person, you can join us on Google Hangouts. Text or email Angie for telephone access.
There will be no chapter meeting in August.
WHAT IS HANDS & VOICES?
We are a nationwide non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families and their children who are deaf or hard of hearing, as well as the professionals who serve them. We are a parent-driven, parent/professional collaborative group that is unbiased towards communication modes and methods. Our diverse membership includes those who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families who communicate orally, with signs, cue, and/or combined methods. We exist to help our children reach their highest potential.