Hand-N-Hand ~ ONE VOICE makes a difference

Hand-N-Hand is a nonprofit organization that supports and provides resources to families whose young children have been diagnosed with any type of hearing difference. Hand-N-Hand programs provide opportunities to connect in a natural environment that promotes language, early literacy, and social & emotional development. Hand-N-Hand also helps families identify and access services throughout Wisconsin.

Hand-N-Hand is the only nonprofit in Northeast WI and one of two nonprofits in Wisconsin offering specialized programs to young deaf and hard of hearing children and their families. These programs include:

*  DHH Playgroups
*  Parent & Community Education
*  Parent Networking
*  Music Classes

*  Sign Language Classes
*  Outreach: Consultations, Resources & Support
*  Community Outings
*  Scholarships
*  Lending Library

This unique organization serves as a resource for agencies and families educating and promoting the importance of early intervention and education for young deaf and hard of hearing children, while raising the community’s awareness of the impact a hearing difference may have on a child’s and family’s development. 

Click on the image below and link to the Hand-N-Hand Facebook Page!

HNH Facebook Page

Hand-N-Hand ~ 'A SOUND VISION'

In Northeast WI all babies and young children who are identified with hearing loss will have a centralized resource creating a regional alliance with other agencies that provide services for children with hearing loss.


Current Events

Registration forms and detailed information about Groups/Classes/Outreach/Outings are located on our Schedule Page and our Google Calendar!

Hand-N-Hand does not meet on October 31, 2016

DHH PLAYGROUPSMondays 6:00 - 7:30PM; September 19 - December 5
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IMondays 6:00 - 7:30PM; October 3 - November 28
ROOTS-N-WINGS: Mondays 6:00 - 7:30PM; October 3 - November 28
MUSIC-N-MOTION:Thursdays 11:45AM - 12:30PM; October 6 - December 1
PARENT-N-PARENT: Mondays 6:45 - 7:30PM; September 26, October 24, November 28

PNP Guest Presenter:  David Binning; District Manager, Sorenson Communications
September 26; 6:30–7:30 pm 

SVRS® empowers the Deaf community to communicate with both deaf and hearing family, friends and business contacts using Video Relay Service (VRS). This presentation will discuss the ntouch videophone and other technology that may be useful to you or your friends or family.



Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley
2929 Allied St. Green Bay
Registration 11:30AM / Raffle Drawings 2PM
To register, go to hnhnew.org, print the Entry Form and mail to Hand-N-Hand, 2950 Yonder Ct., Green Bay, WI 54313 or email jlgeiken@hnhnew.org, please register by September 23, 2016.

This FUNdraising event includes bowling, music & personality by Scotty of Q90 FM, prizes and raffles!  Food and beverages can be purchased separately with 10% of proceeds donated to Hand-N-Hand!  Bowling Blast information, forms and Pledge Sheets can be found at www.hnhnew.org/bowl16.  Pledge Sheets are to be turned in at the event Registration table on October 2, 2016.  For information on sponsorship or volunteer opportunities at this event, please contact Jenny Geiken at jlgeiken@hnhnew.org.


Hand-N-Hand Contact Information

Program Center 3542 Finger Road, Green Bay, WI 54311 
Mailing Address 2950 Yonder Court, Green Bay, WI 54313

Jennifer Geiken, Director ~ jlgeiken@hnhnew.org ~ (920) 737-0477

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Hand-N-Hand of Northeastern Wisconsin, Inc. provides support and facilitates resources for families with children experiencing hearing loss.