Organization: VOICE for Hearing Impaired Children
Description of Services: Information, resources and support to hearing impaired children, their parents, caretakers, educators and health professionals * advocates for policies and research that benefit hearing impaired children * auditory verbal therapy program * summer camp * public education
Fees: Membership fee
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Children who are deaf or have impaired hearing and their families and caregivers * general public for information
Application: No referral required * call or visit website
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec
Contact Information
Phone Numbers: 416-487-7719
Address: PO Box 30045, Dundas Neyagawa
Oakville, ON
L6H 7L8
Location: Oakville

About Us

VOICE for Hearing Impaired Children was established in the early '60s by parents to offer support to other families with children who are deaf and hard of hearing. These Toronto parents wanted their hearing impaired children to be educated alongside their hearing peers in regular schools. By working collectively they succeeded in achieving this goal and had the tremendous benefit of sharing information and providing support to one another.

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