You Are Always Invited

Events & Activities

While Virginia Hands & Voices hosts some of our own events, we often take advantage of, and meet at, programs offered by other organizations that will benefit our members. We do our best to keep this page up to date, but we encourage you to visit our Facebook page for the most current information. 


Social Opportunities

We seek to connect children with other children and families with other families. Often, through fun, family-centered activities we make strong friendships and realize we are not alone on the journey.


Learning Opportunities

Have you thought, "I'm confused, but I'm too afraid to ask," during an IFSP, IEP or 504 plan meeting. Do you ever wish you could just talk to someone who's a few steps ahead of you on this journey or a professional in the field of childhood hearing loss? Virginia Hands & Voices seeks to provide opportunities to learn and explore with others like you.  

Coming Soon on October 28!

Join us for Sundaes on Saturday in Yorktown, VA on Saturday, Oct. 28. We'll meet at a local park, enjoy ice cream and make new friends. This event is FREE, but please RSVP!  


For more information, 

Yorktown Invite 9.19.17.pdf
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Coming Soon on November 8!

On November 8, 2017, join VA Hands & Voices, the National Fire Protection Association and the Virginia Fire and Life Safety Coalition for a fire prevention and protection Webinar designed specifically for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing and families of children with hearing loss. 


For more information, including registration details, please read the press release.

Have an Idea for an Event?

If you  have an idea for an event, or know of one we might want to promote to our members, please email us at We'd love to hear from you! 

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