Maurice Abenchuchan is a Youth and Family Support Specialist, working with elementary school students. Maurice is a graduate of the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind and Gallaudet University. As a 3rd generation Deaf individual, Maurice has extensive experience in Deaf Culture and is a native user of ASL. You may contact Maurice directly via e-mail: email@example.com
(Raising Expectations & Achievement of Children with Hearing Loss) Cultural and linguistic enrichment opportunities for Deaf and hard of hearing elementary-aged kids, their siblings, and children who have parents with hearing loss. Included is an after-school program, special events on days when school closes early or is not open, and summer camps and activities.
Caitlyn Dollar is a Youth and Family Support Specialist. Caitlyn holds A.A. degree and an A.S. degree in ASL interpreting from St. Petersburg College. She is also a graduate of USF, where she completed a B.A. degree in ASL interpreting. Prior to joining FCD, Caitlyn volunteered with the REACH program for two years. You may contact Caitlyn directly via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic, cultural and linguistic enrichment opportunities are offered after school to D/HH elementary-aged youth, their siblings, and children who have D/HH parents during the school year. Field trips are held once a month.
FCD provides several enrichment activities while school is out, including summer camps, educational programs, fun field trips and recreational activities. D/HH students get an opportunity to hang out with their friends and have fun together, just like their hearing peers.