“You can’t possibly provide support without bias,” people often challenge us at Hands & Voices.
Because at Hands & Voices, we know that the more you learn, and the more you experience, and the more you open your mind–the more you can provide to families on the parenting journey. Yes, you CAN celebrate your own experience, choices, and journey.You CAN share your expertise and experience in ways that do not manipulate another person’s journey.I thank DHHS for their advocacy, teaching me my rights, helping me to understand legal and business letters, providing interpreters and more. Interpreters, signers, and friendly singles are all welcome!Deafness is defined as hearing loss, which relates directly to the volume of sound that a person is capable of perceiving.
For the deaf person, he or she may be more comfortable dating deaf people or finding a deaf club, a deaf event or even deaf chat rooms where a person can mingle and feel comfortable among people who understand.