With the growing interest in learning American Sign language (ASL) and with a goal of meeting each family’s need within a family-centered context, BCFHRS has restructured the way sign language services will be delivered. Sign language will be offered in the form of a group (class) format and individual instruction. As with all early intervention sessions, frequency will vary depending on the family’s goals and needs. No family who is interested in learning sign language will be denied the opportunity to learn (ASL). If you have any questions about BCFHRC sign language services, please contact us.
Please see our statement regarding changes to services during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
There is still room in our Foundations for Families Workshop being hosted in Surrey in mid-March. Find out more information on this informative and interactive workshop for parents of deaf & hard-of-hearing children HERE.
Parents and alumni parents are invited to join us for a workshop on “Childhood Anxiety” presented by the Deaf Well-Being Program. It will be held at our Surrey Centre and online for those in outreach communities. More info can be found HERE.
Welcome to Dr. Katherine Mumford who is joining our team as an Early Interventionist in our Victoria Centre! Find out more about Kat and the rest of our staff HERE.