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Minnesota Hands & Voices Targets Disparities

Lifetrack program hires culturally-specific Parent Guides. The purpose is to offer support from someone who can relate, someone who knows the struggle personally.

Mentoring Needs of Minnesota Families with Children Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

In a recent study, Lifetrack wanted to know more about what types of mentoring and support is most helpful for families with young children who have hearing loss. In response, Lifetrack contracted with Wilder Research to conduct a needs assessment for families with young children, age 0-6, who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

Adopt-A-Scholar a Success!

Through the Adopt-a-Scholar Campaign, Lifetrack collected the funds and supplies to give over 100 students backpacks stuffed with supplies! This wouldn't have been possible without the generosity of our contributors and volunteers. Thank you!
Kids

Minnesota Hands and Voices reflects on a successful year

With additional funding from the Minnesota Department of Health for increased support for children who are deaf or hard of hearing, MN Hands & Voices, a program of Lifetrack, was able to add three Parent Guides this past year: one for the Southeast Asian Communities, Northeast African Communities and Spanish-speaking communities
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Healthy, stable families are the heart of Families Together Program

Healthy, stable families are the heart of Families Together, a program of Lifetrack. Providing services that are culturally-specific for children at risk of educational challenges is essential to building a connection with the child and family to ensure success.