Hands & Voices is supporting you and your child on your journey, wherever that may take you.
This week on #TogetherThursday we are promoting a parent (Thank you!!!!! Keep them coming!!) suggested topic: Travel Tips!
What does travelling look like for you as a family with a DHH child?
Here are some tips for air travel from Advanced Bionics for CIs
It was asked about “Deaf friendly places to travel”, and what I wanted to share, was fantastic Deaf adults who share their stories and travels online:
Various Theme Parks have support for Deaf/Hard of Hearing:
From interpreters that rotate/can be requested to FM Systems these are things that can be looked into when making a reservation(especially now when restrictions are starting to lift, and reservations are often required).
- Under the National Association for the Deaf there is a list of accommodations for public and private spaces such as restaurants to ensure accessibility: Link
Where are you thinking of traveling when its safe? What kinds of plans supported your family in the past?
We can, together,