June Ohana Time

Participants will learn to read a book to their child, build communication through interactive play, and enjoy language through music and rhythm. You will also have the opportunity to network with deaf adults, professionals, and other families in a laid-back

It’s Ohana Time!

Join us for an afternoon of reading with our keiki, meeting other families, interacting with deaf adults, and enjoying light refreshments. The Read to Your Keiki program is designed to teach parents and caregivers how to read to their child

HKNC joins the CSC! Read the interview of the new HKNC Deaf-Blind Specialist, Leah Neumann

On February 4, 2019, the Helen Keller National Center (HKNC) made this announcement regarding their new Deaf-Blind Specialist: Additional funding has been received from the federal government which was earmarked for the expansion of HKNC’s ability to address the gaps

ASL 258

ASL 258 is a 10-week class designed to assist those who already know the basics of sign, but want to take it to the next level. Join Galinda K. Goss-Kuehn as she introduces signing participants to facial grammar, role shifting,

HTY Pinocchio

Do you have a deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind child ages 0-5? Then this is for you! You may be wondering, “Why are they giving away free tickets?” The answer is simple: The Newborn Hearing Screening Project has contracted

Kupuna Exercise

Volunteer Rochelle of Body and Brain Yoga Tai Chi welcomes you to exercise at the CSC or through a live-stream feed on Facebook at 10 AM HST on the first Thursday of every month. Body & Brain Yoga utilizes Brain