All of our social activities are free for members, and they take place in a compassionate, accessible, and peer-centered environment. With both daytime and evening activities offered virtually or in-person, there must be an appealing option that fits your needs.
To find out when the next activity is taking place, consult our Registration Form.
Thorns N’ Roses
Receiving a cochlear implant can be life changing!
This NEW peer-led group gives recipients of cochlear implants the space to share their struggles and successes with each other as they learn to hear again. By going through the experience together outside of a clinical setting, participants can support each other as they get through the thorns, so they can start to smell the roses!
This virtual activity happens once a month, in the evening.
These evening activities bring accessibility to your favorite pastimes! Movie nights, book clubs, arts & culture, and more, these activities offer the chance to connect with others in a barrier-free environment.
These gatherings take place once per month, and may be virtual or in-person.
Exceptional Lunch League
Get ready for a fantastic monthly get-together in Dorval that’s all about embracing the joy of fun activities, celebrating our unique qualities, and of course, indulging in a scrumptious lunch-finishing off with delicious homemade goodies!
It’s the ultimate recipe for laughter, connection, and a great time together!
Daytime Coffee Breaks
This weekly virtual activity is so popular that we have extended the length by 30 minutes!
Featuring facilitated conversation that flows like great coffee, and closed captioning so that you never miss a word, our members have called this group addictive!
The peer mentoring program builds on the strengths of our members!
We speak of hearing loss as a journey, and sometimes we may feel stuck. Our trained peer mentors can help you identify your goals in relation to your personal hearing loss experience, and help you get to where you want to be.
Our mentors have provided guidance on:
- Finding the language to talk to family about hearing loss-related needs
- Visiting a hearing aid provider, and how to get what you need
- Healthy ways to cope with frustrations related to hearing loss
- Tips and tricks to adapt to your hearing aids