BC Buddies (ages 10-15)


Second session will be on Sat February 9th 2019, 10:30am to 2pm.

What: Lazer Tag. Lunch included. Limited space!  $20.00 per person.  Financial subsidies available upon request (contact: chhabcypsp@gmail.com)
Drop off at 10:30am: Planet Lazer. 14380 Triangle Rd, Richmond
Pick up at 2pm: Old Spaghetti Factory. 14200 Entertainment Blvd #110, Richmond

Click here for the flyer.  Register hereDeadline: January 31st 2019.

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SAVE THE DATE: The third session will take place on Sat Apr 27 2019.  Click here to see our past events.


A concept inspired by Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech (“Clarke Buddies”), which is described as “a fun opportunity to meet, get to know, and connect on a regular basis with other kids who are deaf or hard of hearing!”


Participants will share advices and experiences about being deaf or hard of hearing, participate in team building activities, and build a sense of community. They have an option of being paired with an older mentor or a peer close to their own age. Older students that choose to be mentors will gain leadership and community service experience while being a role model to a younger student.

Who? Students with hearing loss ages 10-15 who are able to travel to Lower Mainland or Fraser Valley, B.C. for in-person gatherings.

What? BC Buddies gives students the opportunity to strengthen a connection with one other student. The event is led by experienced teachers of the deaf and deaf young adults. Meet-ups consist of organized activities and social time.


When? BC Buddies will have 3 sessions across the Lower Mainland held in February, April, and November of each year.



Why? The goal of the buddies program is to connect students who are deaf and hard of hearing and build a sense of community. By doing this, students can reduce feelings of isolation, create a sense of support and community among students with hearing loss, raise confidence, establish new friendships, share experiences, develop a sense of identity, develop leadership skills, and gain advice about situations relating to hearing loss.