TDHH Mentorship 2020 -2022

We are please​d​ to announce that the registration for the TDHH ​Mentorship Pro​gram 2020 – 2022 is now open. TDHHs of all skill levels are welcome to apply.

For full details of the program, please click ​to access​ the TDHH Mentorship 2020 – 2022 Program Information.

To register for the program, click the online THDD Mentorship 2020 2022 Registration Form.
The registration closes on May 31st.
​We will contact the successful candidates by June 7th.

The first cohort meeting will be in late September 2020, however many of the details will depend on the outcomes of the current worldwide health crisis.

Please note that you may not apply for the program without your District support. Your Director will receive a copy of your registration, which will also serve as consent document. Printed and signed consent forms are no longer required.

Feel free to reach out​ if you have any questions about the program before you register.

BC Deaf Scholarship Trust

BCDST Contest is back on for 2020! Click on the link to download the BCDST 2020 Application Package. The application is fillable electronically. The submission deadline is June 12, 2020.

For info in ASL, we are happy to share this video with you:

BC Deaf Scholarship Trust

For printable version of the Flyer click on the image below. For more info about the BCDST, visit

Reminder – POPDHH: ASL Story Time

Tune in on every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 am: No registration required!

Click for more POPDHH ASL Programs and Services.

Covid 19 and Continuity of Learning

All students require many opportunities for meaningful language exposure in their day, and we know this is especially true for children who are deaf or hard of hearing.  For school-aged children with hearing differences meaningful language happens in real time, with live people, using language that is accessible to them.  Educators can emphasize the critical importance of real-life interactions and assist families with balancing academic tasks and screen time, with activities that foster connection, hands-on learning and physical activity.  The tools at this website may be helpful to families in planning how they can structure their days to best meet the many demands that they are encountering at this time.

Our host district, Burnaby Schools, has the following guidelines.
We encourage you to check with your home districts that similar expectations are set out.

Government of British Columbia – Covid 19 Integrated Planning Framework

Other resources

Our mailing address is:
Provincial Outreach Program: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
4446 Watling Street Burnaby, BC V5J 5H3
Voice: 604-296-9062 Fax: 604-296-9063
Text: 778-889-5663 Email:
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