35 years of making futures bright

BC Family Hearing Resource Society is the largest not-for-profit organization in British Columbia serving children who are deaf and hard-of-hearing, aged birth to school-entry. For 35 years, we have been providing intervention, support, education, sign language instruction and peer-to-peer mentoring to families throughout the province.

Our approach to communication is simple – it’s not how you communicate that’s important,

it’s simply that you DO!

Family with mom, dad and two little girls

Feature Story
The Ives

Hello, we are the Ive Family: Trevor, Christina, Lainey and Norah.  Lainey is our oldest at 4 years old.  We were first introduced to the deaf and hard-of-hearing community after Norah was born.
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Little boy running down a grassy hill.

News from the Community

The University of British Columbia is launching its first universally accessible American Sign Language (ASL) course. The purpose of the course is to be an introduction to sign languages.  The full article can be read online HERE.