Midlands Gives on May 4, 2021

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COVID-19 Resources for SC Families 

Click here to find resources for distance-learning, ensuring access happens for the DHH child, as well as resources from across the country. 


SC Children who are Deaf or Hard of hearing are not identified and/or receiving appropriate interventions

Beginnings SC is working to ensure that all of these children find places to belong.




We started Beginnings SC because we know how big the challenge is to raise a child who is deaf or hard of hearing. Our goal is to turn our expertise and experience into accessible resources and support as you provide the best future for your child who is deaf or hard of hearing.


We’re here to help you bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be by creating an individualized plan that fits your family and connecting you with professionals and other parents to increase opportunities for both your child and your family. 


We provide professionals with best-practice resources and guidance in order to increase access and reach of SC’s resources. Beginnings SC actively works to spread awareness and identification through hearing screenings, training, and community engagement.

Latest from the blog:

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Eda'Leigh's Story

Eda’Leigh’s mom, Takeesha, talks about her Beginnings SC journey.  “Beginnings SC has been a big support for our family. On December 28, 2020, we found out that our sweet baby girl Eda’Leigh Tiana’Grace had profound hearing loss. I can remember that day just like it was yesterday. At the time, I did not really understand…

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Zavaeha's Story

Zavaeha Pullin’s Family Story Zavaeha’s mom, Brittney Pullins, describes her journey with Beginnings SC. “When it comes to Beginnings SC and how they have impacted my family, it’s just them being there for us in this time of need that we are going through. I found out my baby was deaf when she hit one…