Are you looking to talk to another parent who understands? Do you need support but are not sure where to start with your questions? Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if so - our Lexington community is here for you and we look forward to staying in touch!
Free Online ASL Classes during COVID-19 Pandemic (Provided for Lexington families by Lexington's Vocational Services.) Due to such an incredible response, the current classes are full and they are developing a waitlist for the next round of classes (date TBD). Please email email@example.com if you are interested in learning ASL and need support.
Are you looking to understand your role in distance learning as a parent/guardian, hoping to improve commmunication at home, and wanting to learn from other parents what they are doing? Watch for more videos and resources coming soon!
Making play a regular part of your family is a beautiful way to grow and learn together! Playing with your child builds positive relationships. Sharing everyday experiences strengthens your family.
Lexington School helps families to play - Family Fun Days - Small Group ASL Family Rock Climbing at the Cliffs - PSA events & parties
Please note all in-person events are suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the mean time, check out our new Family Fun platform below and access videos, activities, stories, and more - anywhere that you have internet access!!
Look below for more information on summer camp opportunities for Deaf children and their families. (Please note there may be cancellations or changes in programing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check directly with the organization for their most up-to-date information.)
Your community is a vital network that supports both you and your family! While that is a beautiful thing, they can also be complex and layered. Sometimes it's hard to know where to start when building our own...
Here are some resources and events that have been gathered by families and friends to help you. Please join the process by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with any new finds, and continue to grow and strengthen your own support by participating in multiple layers (at school, in your local neighborhood, and through your state/national organizations).
Lexington School for the Deaf is not affiliated with any products, services, or events on this list unless stated otherwise. (Please makes sure to check in with each organization during this time to get the most up-to-date information on programing and events during COVID-19.)