Join us on Facebook live and learn about assertive communication and get some tips for practicing self-advocacy. This event will be entirely in ASL.
Explore tools to keep yourself well while caring for parents and loved ones as they age.
Feelings are hard, but this hangout isn’t! play a game and laugh with us as we explore big and small feelings. (teens only, please)
Many people are struggling with isolation during this pandemic, join us as we talk about finding and keeping connections.
Download our coloring page (or grab your own) and join us as we talk about the mental health benefits of coloring and doodling.
Join us on Instagram Live, Wednesday Dec 9th at 12 central to chat more about this topic! Live ASL interpreter provided. Reflecting on extended family dynamics can help us understandContinue reading “Family Maps – The Schitt’s Creek Way!”
A big shout out to CODA.That for elevating this conversation. Understanding the implications of being deaf-parented has been an integral part of my personal and professional journey. My hope isContinue reading “An Inside Look into DeafParented: Neither/Both”
Hearing privilege is a real thing. Most people are at least marginally aware of the Deaf community, and the proliferation of ASL in high schools and colleges has helped shedContinue reading “Deaf Discrimination”
Christin Scarlett Milloy reports on the case of a black, Deaf and disabled trans woman, Kylie Brooks, who, after having successfully advocated for change to local Toronto services whose policiesContinue reading “Facebook Fail”