Friday, 28 November 2014

No Limits for deaf children is a great cause

Hello everyone. As most of you know, I was a preschool teacher both in Montreal, Quebec and Los Angeles, California. While working in L.A, I started to volunteer for a non-profit organization called 
No Limits for deaf children. It is a great place for me to get to know the children enrolled in this after-school program and encourage them to be the best they can be.

I love this place. I can see how hard the teachers work at helping the children read, write, speak and listen. I can also see how the students love to learn. Just as my preschool students hold a special place in my heart, so do the kids at No Limits.

Here are some facts about No Limits according to their Facebook page:

"No Limits serves an unmet need in the community by teaching deaf children to confidently speak, achieve, dream, and inspire through its national theatrical program and after-school educational center.

We believe in building the self esteem and communication skills of children with a hearing loss by giving the highest quality of services so they can reach their potential regardless of economic status. We strongly believe that parents must be actively involved and educated in this process as they are a key a factor in the success of their children.

We use our theatrical and educational program to:

-Enhance confidence
-Strengthen literacy skills
-Develop competence in communication
-Offer family support
-Raise community awareness
-Increase appreciation for the arts
-Deliver crucial life skills"

As a program director, I'm part of a team where I help to keep everyone organized.
Here are a few ways you can help too:
By visiting and sharing No Limits for deaf childrens' social sites like:
No Limits Facebook page
No Limits Google+
No Limits Instagram
No Limits LinkedIn
No Limits Pinterest
No Limits Twitter
No Limits YouTube

You can also help by volunteering your time
And lastly by donations.

Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog and the No Limits for deaf children pages.

*Pictures are courtesy of No Limits for deaf children.*

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