Empowering Families with Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing Children
Hearing loss in children can feel like a struggle for both parent and child. But it doesn’t have to. You can receive support, advice and resources right here in Central Florida.
Founded in 2002, Hearing Me offers a comfortable setting for you to meet and engage with deaf and hard of hearing families like yours. Enjoy educational workshops, attend meetings and get involved in the community alongside new friends who understand the unique world you and your family live in.
Hearing Me connects you to services such as:
- Community resources
- Educational family and leadership workshops
- Family mentorships
- Family support group meetings
- Unbiased communication options
A Leader for You
Hearing Me is led by Tanya Williams, a deaf/hard-of-hearing individual. To learn more about Tanya and the program, view pictures and join the conversation, follow @TanyaHearingMe on Twitter.
The Shared Reading Project
Pioneered by Gallaudet University, the acclaimed college for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, the Shared Reading Project is a family mentoring and literacy program. At the Howard Phillips Center, our program pairs deaf families with hearing families to participate together in month-long reading activities.
Find out more by calling us today at (407) 317-7430.