No Limits for deaf children
Rating: 4.99 stars 136 136 reviews 5,157
9801 Washington Blvd 2nd Floor Culver City CA 90232 USA
No Limits serves an unmet need in the community by teaching deaf children to confidently speak, achieve, dream, and inspire through its national theatrical program and after-school educational center.
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Since 2008 when my sister was part of the program I noticed that everyone working at No Limits was very passionate and wanted every child to succeed. The kids are happy, motivated to learn, and speak but most importantly they are having fun while learning. No Limits is a great program because it gives free speech classes to low income families. No Limits has a theater program to help the children's confidence grow. The children at No Limits have showed me that with hard work, and dedication they are going to succeed; they have no limits.
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I started working at No Limits in 2008 and have worked on and off since then. Michelle Christie and her staff are kind, passionate, professional and dedicated to the mission. I feel honored to be part of the staff and honored be able to serve the families that go to No Limits for services. The "I Can Do It" motto goes beyond the children at No Limits - parents take that motto home with them and in turn instill it in their children who then flourish and succeed - No Limits is an amazing place!
No Limits does such great work helping deaf children and their families with the struggles of learning and communication that may arise with a hearing impaired child. No Limits is a fantastic organization that makes learning fun for deaf and hard-of-hearing children. I have attended a No Limits play, and was so impressed by how well the children performed.
I have never been so proud to support an organization as I am No Limits. The outstanding support and education No Limits provides through after school, weekend and summer programs is unsurpassed. No Limits literally serves as a lifeline for many families by helping them and create a future for their child full of opportunity that is boundless and has NO LIMITS to what they can achieve.
I am so inspired by Michelle Christie, the founder of No Limits, for her dedication to help deaf children to hear and say "I Can Do It". As volunteer I am so touched in many ways when meeting the kids and their parents who are desperately needing a "miracle" for their deaf children. They are very fortunate that No Limits gives free speech to low income families.
No Limits is the only non-profit organization to have a Theater group for deaf children. It gives them Confidence: "I Can Do It", Commitment:"I Will Do It", Perseverance: "I Will Do It Again" and Support group: " Be a friend. There is a long list of deaf children in need of this wonderful program. I, myself have been a volunteer for 19.5 years. Enid Wizig
I was fortunate to be able to attend the No Limits Gala last year. I witness pure joy. It is truly amazing to see all the hard work of No Limits pay off on the children's faces. From a child hearing for the first time to a child who graduates college all do to what No Limits provides. What bleeding it is to the community.
I have been volunteering at "No Limits" for the last couple of months and I love it!
The staff is great; friendly, professional, inspiring and fully dedicated to the kids. I feel very useful, rewarded for the job I am doing and I love seeing the kids at the center. The kids are happy, motivated to learn, speak and have fun! This is a great non-profit that I highly recommend to anyone who wants to make a difference in the life of deaf and hard of hearing children.
This organization has been a complete blessing to the community of deaf and hard of hearing children. The quality of service they provide is excellent! They truly care for the children and provide the parents with the education and tools they need to be a great advocate for their children.
This is my child's first experience with this organization. I have been impressed with their mission and dedication to the DHH community. From the professionalism of the staff, the commitment of volunteers to the passion of the director, all the kids are provided with a warm safe environment in which they are challenged to use their voices successfully.
hello my name is thomas morris my son attends No Limits and was welcomed with open arms and a warm embrace he was in a play the first year and now they are doing it again i was very happy with staff and things they offer they will be a great asset to other children dealing with this type of disability.