The Traun family has done what it takes to be actively involved in early intervention services in spite of many obstacles, including their daughter’s complicated medical needs and living in Hope, a small community in the eastern Fraser Valley.
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“The BC Family Hearing Centre could help with Tiana’s communication,” Nicola Swain, our speech therapist, said as she put her speech therapy tools back into her bag. “They’re a fantastic resource.” Continue reading “Ready to Go!” »
Our family’s story is quite different than most. My husband Dan is Deaf, and a significant part of his family is also Deaf. I am a Registered Sign Language Interpreter (RSLI), and we communicate using American Sign Language (ASL).
The Paquin-Lambert family embraces life with all its adventures. They are an active family and are always on the go. They faced the diagnosis of Emilie’s hearing loss with the same adventurous spirit. Continue reading “A Place for the Whole Family!” »
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 & hard-of-hearing community when Norah was born.
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At BCFHRC, we believe a comprehensive approach to Early Intervention provides the best opportunity for success. This includes inviting families to participate in the wide range of group programs offered at our three Centres.
Hi! We are Eric and Melanie Johnson, Parker and Hailey. As far as hearing loss goes, our family is a little unique. I, Melanie, am the only person in our family who doesn’t wear hearing aids. Eric has mild-moderate hearing loss in one ear and moderate-severe in the other.