Educating Children
Nurturing Families

Building Hope

We Are Glad You Are Here

Happy Hands is a Christian early education center for children who are deaf, hard of hearing, or have other communication disorders.


Our Story

Since 1994, we have empowered children, birth to age 6 who are deaf, hard of hearing or with communication disorders to flourish in school and life.

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What We Do

We provide children full access to language through visual and auditory methods in a uniquely enriched environment.

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For Families

We have the specialized teachers and therapists to ensure your child will learn as much as their hearing peers.

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Get Involved

As a non-profit that doesn’t receive any state or federal funding, we rely on the generosity of individuals like you to continue to serve these children.

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Upcoming Events 

See The Story Tour
Sep 26 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
See The Story Tour @ Happy Hand Education Center | Broken Arrow | Oklahoma | United States

Thank you for your interest in attending a See The Story Tour! These tours are open to the community and you’ll be able to meet our children, observe state of the art technology, and learn about our unique and award-winning services. We will even provide a box lunch in consideration of your time. Each tour is 1 hour. You will learn something new and see something amazing. Please contact us to RSVP. 

Happy Hands 25th Anniversary Golf Tournament
Oct 7 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Happy Hands 25th Anniversary Golf Tournament @ MeadowBrook Country Club | Tulsa | Oklahoma | United States

Monday, October 7, 2019

MeadowBrook Country Club 

8:00 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. shotgun starts

Non-handicapped Scramble consisting of 4-player Teams

Driving range opens 1 hour before start time for both flights

Register today!

You can change a child’s life. 

Our promise is to NEVER turn away a child based on their families’ lack of finances. Because of this, 80% of our children come from low-income families and rely on scholarships to attend.

Your support of this golf tournament will give children who are deaf and hard of hearing or have communication disorders the education they deserve in the language they need.