#SelfAdvocacySunday Aware of self as a deaf or hard of hearing individual
#SelfAdvocacySunday Part 9: Camps for Deaf/Hard of Hearing Children24 February 2019Summer Camps!I have the pleasure of being a member of the Richland Sertoma Club, a service organization with a focus on children and adults with hearing loss. One of our big projects is sending children who are deaf or hard of hearing to Camp Sertoma.  Camp…

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Webinar: Information for the Deaf Community About the COVID-19 VaccineWhen: Thursday, Feb. 18 at 7pmWho: SC Deaf/Hard of Hearing CommunityWhat: Virtual webinar with Dr. Jane Kelly, Assistant State Epidemiologist at SC DHECWhere: Two ways to watch:1. Facebook Live @BeginningsSC (you can type questions for Dr. Kelly in the comments)2. Zoom (you can type or sign…

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We have thrown together a list of a few easy resources that you might find helpful but the biggest goal of this post is to make sure you know that just surviving this whole thing is okay.

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Introducing...Back to School During the Coronavirus: A Guide for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing and their Teams Beginnings SC  • 9/18/2020Learn tips to share with teams. Help prepare your child for school. Share with colleagues. Knowledge is power!(Stay tuned for a version in ASL.)  https://beginningssc.org/library/uploads/2020/08/Back-To-School-A-Guide-for-DHH-StudentsFINAL.pdf  Beginnings SC is here for any questions or concerns you…

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Check in + Circle of SupportDoes it feel like your world is upside down? You are not alone. Beginnings SC  • 4/09/2020We’ve put together multiple tips to help you navigate this new school-at-home time we are in.Here are some DHH-specific tips for facing the new challenge of learning from home.     If school was the only concern,…

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Woman with chin on her hand and her face filled with worry.
We have thrown together a list of a few easy resources that you might find helpful but the biggest goal of this post is to make sure you know that just surviving this whole thing is okay.

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Summer IEP for Parents-Games (Click for a PDF)
Welcome to the third round of the Summer IEP for PARENTS-- Games, Activities and Sports! Hope everyone is feeling good about doing some fun activities and using lots of language! This week is more of the same-Games, Activities, and Sports. Regardless of the hot SC sun, summer is still a perfect time for fun. Family activities,…

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