B.C. cuts to early-years programs for deaf children

British Columbia’s provincial government is making a one-time funding bump to ensure access to early-intervention programs for children who are deaf and hard of hearing.

It comes after families of children with hearing impairment warned that a growing funding gap could result in kids losing access to services, and the possible closure B.C.’s only school that uses American Sign Language as its primary mode of instruction.

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