“I think deafness is a disability,” a girl named CiCi says. “To me it’s not a disability at all,” says a girl named Isabella. Both CiCi and Isabella are deaf themselves.
Tennessee Deaf-Blind Project (TNDB) is a federally funded program that provides families, educators, and other professionals with information and training to help improve outcomes for individuals,
The Creation Museum’s annual Deaf Day began in 2010. This yearly event features ASL interpreters and deaf volunteers.
NAD Ed Advocacy Workshop open to Teachers, Parents, Interpreters, Administrators, Advocates/Allies (10 contact hours = 1 Professional Learning Unit Credit) (RID CEUs – pending) June 30, 2014 – 8:30
BAHAMAS CRUISE FOR DEAFBLIND, DEAF, FAMILES AND FRIENDS FOR FIVE DAYS AND FOUR NIGHTS OF FUN
AND ADVENTURE. DEPART MIAMI, FLORIDA ON MAY 18, 2015. RETURN MIAMI, FLORIDA ON MAY 22, 2015.
This event will offer you the opportunity to meet people from Deaf-Blind communities all over the world. We are anticipating attendees from several countries as well as international vendors.
SERID 2014 “Refueling Our Consumers” will be an exciting opportunity for professionals involved in the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deaf Blind profession to convene for an outstanding learning opportu
It's that time of the year--Come to the HLAA National Convention 2014 and m