Events and Information

Families to Families Fall Fun

F2F Fall Fest

Join us for a fun morning outside exploring Fall!
Fun and connecting with one another.

Your entire family is welcome!

Saturday morning, Oct. 14

Church of the Good Shepherd's, "Shirland Forest",
7400 Hampton Blvd, Norfolk, VA 23505

Please RSVP to
Families to Families

Virginia Deaf Mentor Program

Deaf Mentor flyer

Now seeking families who desire a mentor relationship with a Deaf adult. Deaf Mentors are located throughout the Commonwealth and are trained and certified in SKI HI methodology. The Deaf Mentors offer their experience and guidance on raising a child with hearing loss, empower parents to advocate for themselves and their child, teach ASL and visual communication to parents, children and interested family members and help create a positive and supportive home environment.

The frequency of the meetings with a Deaf Mentor is dependent on individual family needs. Deaf Mentor services are no cost to a family. Meetings can be held in a family's home, at a park or other community based location, or remotely over Zoom.

For more information email the Virginia Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing or call (804) 325-1290.

Sensory AccessABILITIES: The Unconference

The Unconference information

October 9 | 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cost: $40
Location: Lewis & Clark Exploratory Center Charlottesville, VA

An UNconventional one-day for professional development.
EXPLORE TOGETHER the UNtapped potential of our students with vision loss, hearing loss, and combined vision and hearing loss.

Come with questions, spark ideas, expand rigor, and create connections to leave with a lasting impact on our students.


Student Connection

Student Connection

An opportunity for ALL students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing to connect with other Deaf and Hard of Hearing students in Virginia via Zoom. 

Breakout rooms for children in grades K-12 will be used to ensure age-appropriate activities for your child, including offering resources to students in grades 9-12 to help prepare them for moving from school to post-school life.

Sponsored by the Technical Assistance Center for Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing (TAC-DHH)