In BC: The Youth Peer Support Program targets deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) students ages 10 to 13. Its mission is to support deaf and hard of hearing students in their navigation of school, work, and social activities by providing online resources, networking, workshops, and leadership involvement. Visit their website for general information or for specific information about what the program offers:  They have a very interesting monthly E-newsletter:  email them at to subscribe. In Spring 2021, the Youth Peer Support Program introduced a new session for hard of hearing youth ages 13 and older, focusing on personal wellness.  These is a virtual meeting and is open to anyone across Canada.  Here is also the link to their webpage: with the registration information.   Here is a poster to print, post, & distribute.  Wellness Workshop Poster

Spring 2022:  The Youth Support Program is pleased to host an online networking night for Grade 11 and 12 HOH students who seek information about what to expect in post-secondary education.  We will also have a panel portion of current post-secondary students sharing their experiences, strategies, and tips. Captioning access will be provided for the evening. We extend an invitation to those who reside in other provinces to join us as well.

Date: Thursday May 19th 2022

Time: 6pm to 7:45pm PT

Location: Zoom platform

Click here to register by Monday May 16th.  

Attached is the flyer – please feel free to share this with your students and families. Community partners and educational professionals are all welcome to attend. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to seeing you on May 19th.

Contact info: 

Flyer:  2022 Post-Secondary Transition Networking Night

September 2022:

Seven  families and young adults joined our Family Weekend Camp which was held from September 23rd to 25th 2022, at the breath-taking location Camp Jubilee, located in the Indian Arm near Deep Cove, British Columbia. It was a great weekend with full of love, fun & memories shared. The participants enjoyed the activities of Archery, Beach Study, Team Building, Canoeing, Campfire, movie night and a talent show. The camp experience helped the children and young adults to discover more about themselves, boost confidence, find value in their own lives, feel included in who they are and most importantly mingle with new interactions and friendships.

December 2022:   A Holiday party is being planned.  

Who:  Hard of Hearing Young Adults, ages 18 t0 35

What:  Join us for fun, games, and activities, including a scavenger hunt, gingerbread house activity, and more!

When:  Saturday, December 10th, 2022, 12pm to 4pm

Register at: or with the QR code on the poster.

Please feel free to post and distribute this poster:  Holiday Party Poster 2022