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Speech Instructor Training offered Aug 30 – Sept 3, 2018 in Chilliwack

There is room for more potential instructors for this training class.  If you have taken speechreading classes, have experience with audiology/speech pathology or Deaf education, you might be well qualified to take this 5-day Speechreading Instructor training to teach Let’s Talk (LT).


This program was developed by experienced hard of hearing speechreading instructors throughout Canada through the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA).  There is a growing demand for speech reading training among adults and seniors experiencing hearing loss.


Leslee Scott is CHHA’s Western Instructor to provide instructional training for this program.  If you are interested and available to take this training on Aug 30-Sept 3, 2019, please contact Leslee at leslee@idhhc.ca  .


ASL & LSQ Awareness Day September 22, 2018 at 12pm. – 2:00pm.

Save the Date!



ASL & LSQ Awareness Day


September 22, 2018 at 12pm. – 2:00pm.




British Columbia Legislative Building
Victoria, B.C


Questions? Email to Lindsay Carroll, Nikki Sellars and Mari Klassen



flyer credit: Lindsay Carroll


logo credit: Doodles by Carlisle




Réserve cette date!


L’ASC-CAD est heureux d’annoncer l’événement:


La journée de sensibilisation de la LSQ et l’ASL


Le 22 septembre 2018 à 12h00 – 14h00




L’Edifice du Legislative de Columbie Britannique
Victoria, C.B.


Des questions? Courriel à Lindsay Carroll, Nikki Sellars et Mari Klassen

Courriel à bc@asl-lsq.ca

ASL-LSQ-Poster-Text-format FINAL


ASL Interpreted Shows on August 17th, 8 pm


ASL interpreted show with Douglas College Interpreting Students

Friday (Aug 10) from 6-8 PM we will hold the annual memorial rally at the Clare Culhane memorial bench.

Bilingual ASL-English Family Storytime is happening at the Oakridge Library

This program is conducted in American Sign Language and English. Enjoy stories, songs, rhymes, felt stories, and crafts at the library. This event is suitable for children of all ages and abilities along with their parents and caregivers. ASL interpreters will be present during the program. The program runs on Friday mornings once a month from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. The program dates are September 7, October 5, November 2, November 30, and December 21. The Oakridge Library is located 191 – 650 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver, BC. For more information please call 604-665-3980.”


We are hoping to spread the word far and wide to any families with children ages 0 – 5 who would benefit from this program.

ASL Storytime Poster Fall 2018

ASL Storytime Poster Fall 2018