Our Executive Director, Dr. Noreen Simmons, was recently interviewed by the UBC Language Sciences department. Check out the full article HERE.
Updates from May 4, May 11 & May 21, 2020. Continue reading “Important Information about BC Family Hearing Resource Centre” »
BC Children’s Hospital has opened a remote clinic for cochlear implant recipients in Prince George – the first of its kind in the country!
Continue reading “BCCH Opens First Remote CI Clinic” »
A team of Deaf men from the Lower Mainland will be competing in curling at the Deaflympics scheduled for this December in Italy. With a win in Winnipeg in 2018 the team qualified to represent Canada at the Deaflympics.
The FNDC/DYT Learn to Fish event was born in 2015. The idea was created [with]…a desire to support better access to the great outdoors in beautiful British Columbia for Deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Continue reading “Our Family Experience Fishing” »
The 1st ever CHHA* Youth Forum happened this past November in Ottawa. Over 75 young adults, who are hard-of-hearing, gathered to meet, share, and learn from one another. Continue reading “Highlights from the 1st CHHA Youth Forum” »
Getting together with family is a big part of holiday celebrations. But for children and adults, who are deaf and hard-of-hearing, it can also be a challenging time in terms of communication. Continue reading “Making Christmas Friendly” »
This year, our organization is participating in Giving Tuesday! What is it you may ask? It’s a day celebrated in over 150 countries in the world, where citizens are asked to give a gift of time or money to a charitable cause that is meaningful to them.
Continue reading “Giving Tuesday – November 30, 2021” »
Two previously opposing organizations in the USA, LEAD-K and AG Bell, have reached an historic agreement on key legislation that will help ensure language acquisition for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children.
Simran Bir, is a graduate of BC Family Hearing Resource Centre.
Continue reading “Success – on AND off the court” »