Introductory Webinar – Supporting DHH Students – February 18th, 2022

By popular request, we are putting together a special, slightly condensed version of our online training for staff working with DHH students.

Register by February 14th or email us for more details.

POPDHH Presents: #DHHproud

DHHproud – Showcase, April 11th, 2022
  • Registration is approaching the deadline of February 11th.  Please register your students who are interested in competing in one or more of the categories.
  • At the moment the Spotlight category has only standby room.
  • We are pleased to announce that this year the event will be available for live viewing. Please email us to obtain the streaming link. Families and friends/classmates of contestants, and of course TDHHs and school teams are welcome to join.

DHHproud – Friendship Day, April 12th, 2022
  • Guest Facilitator: Justin Perez – Visual Vernacular Performer. Justin’s workshops are designed for DHH students in Kindergarten to Grade 12.  Students are not required to know American Sign Language in order to participate.  This workshop is designed for everyone who wants to learn more about using the Visual Vernacular.  We encourage all students to try something new and participate in this exciting presentation. Interpreters will be provided.
  • Register by email: Include a list of student names and grades in the registration email, and whether they are joining from the same location (so that we know how many online spots are being used).
  • We will have two or three sessions for different age groups.
  • Students who wish to appear on video need to have DHHproud 2022 – Media Consent form signed. Hurry – only 20 spots per session.
DHHproud – Friendship Day announcement now available in ASL
New Feature:  Monthly ASL Vocabulary
Today we present you the Valentine’s Day signs. Challenge your skills and try this interactive vocabulary quiz after watching the video: POPDHH Presents: Valentine’s Day ASL Vocabulary

From the Community

Upcoming workshops, information sessions, seminars, career opportunities and more

Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports – Volunteers Needed ASAP – Grouse Mountain Snowboarding

CADS certified snowboard instructors wanted to join BC Deaf Sports on Wednesdays from 4 pm to 7 pm for the next 3 weeks. All students are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Interpreters are provided. If you are interested, or for more details contact  James at 604-646-8277.

CHHA-BC Youth Peer Support Program

Career opportunities

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