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Deafness Relations

Growing up, I learned the beautiful language of ASL while performing for a group called Hands and Harmony to songs like "The sun will come out tomorrow..."

After college, in my early twenties, I studied sign language at the local community college and immersed myself in Deaf Clubs and community where I saw the painful truth about the connection of children who are deaf who grow up in families who use spoken language. 

I was moved towards deaf education to help parents and families connect with their children who are deaf and hard of hearing whether it's through sign language or spoken language. 

Deafness Relations is a space to learn about Deaf culture through connection with d/Deaf individuals and for hearing parents of children with hearing loss to come together for support, guidance, and a space to be heard and seen. 

This is also a space to educate the general public about deafness and the various ways that people with a hearing loss can communicate and connect with typically hearing people. 

You can follow more on Instagram @deafnessrelations where you'll find LIVE conversations with individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. 

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Parent Support Group

February 9th, 16th, and 23rd

The theme for February group is all about "courage". Join us for 3 sessions in February on the 9th, 16th, and 23rd at 2pm HST | 4pm PST | 7pm EST.  Deadline to register is January 15th.

Click here to register.

Individual parent support


Get 1-on-1 support with a partner or individually 2 - 4 times per month through counseling, coaching, and consultation about advocacy care for your child who is deaf or hard of hearing. Start with a free clarity call

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Public Speaking


Presentations include consultations for teachers of the deaf to support parents' mental health, general educators and administrators on evidence based practices for deaf education, and guidance for parents on child identity, how to raise a child who is deaf, or we can cater it to meet the needs of your group on topics pertaining to deafness, mental health, or cultural clarity. Contact me directly to discuss

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