Welcome to TetraNation 2024!

TetraNation Voting Period: April 15th to April 28, 2024

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Title: Sign Language Cards and Lessons for Non Verbal Child | Prairies | Lethbridge
Author: jcripps
Votes: 2

Views: 65
Description: This project is from our Lethbridge chapter in the Prairies Region. Our client for this unique project is a child who is nonverbal due to a rare and severe disorder called apraxia. The parents reached out to Tetra for any assistance we could provide in helping their child communicate effectively, as commercially available communication devices and boards are prohibitively expensive. The mother knew that her child responded well to visual aids and thought sign language could be an excellent avenue to explore. Our incredible volunteer went out and purchased some basic ASL cards and had them hole-punched and put onto a ring for ease of use by the family. They also purchased an ASL course textbook and held frequent sessions over Zoom to aid the family in learning the language. If you think this project and video should win TetraNation 2024 for the Prairies Region, vote now!

Thank you to everyone who contributed to this year’s TetraNation!

2024 Contest Details

All videos will be available at once this year.
TetraNation submissions will still be split up by region, but to ensure even engagement and opportunities for votes, all videos will be voted on at the same time. We accepted projects from October 2022 to December 31st, 2023 (as some projects that were finished near the end of 2022 did not meet that year’s TetraNation contest deadline.)

Projects for consideration were submitted to the communications team from each region by the Regional Coordinators. The communications team is putting together and publishing the videos on behalf of the regions. The video with the most votes from each region will win TetraNation 2024.  

This year we will also be uploading a winners’ announcement video instead of doing a live stream on ConnecTogether.

TetraNation 2023

Click the button below, or visit our YouTube page to watch last year’s video submissions.