It’s time, friends and foes! A time to rise up, unite resources, build support, educate and especially be “heard” by those who live in Houston. Although Houston is the 4th largest city in the US, we have yet to see a central hub where Houstonians can find a variety of useful information in one place. HoustonDeafNetwork.com will do its best to fill in the missing gaps and help you fulfill your needs. But wait, there’s more than just providing you information… continue »
Well you know I have lived in the Houston area for over 35 years and there is no other city I can imagine living in. Houston has it all – Food, Sports, Entertainment, and more. You name it – Houston has got it. But there is one thing that Houston is definitely lacking – a true deaf awareness and services. continue »7 CommentsBy Julie Reese | Mar.25, 2009 | Filed in: Support
What is DARS? Many of you have been a DARS client at one point in your lives or maybe you are still a current DARS client, perhaps? For those of you who would like a glimpse into what DARS is all about. DARS is not just all about giving you hearing aids, paying for your school, or placing you with jobs. DARS is actually a spectrum of services provided to people of all disabilities funded by the state and federal government. DARS is not limited to the deaf and hard of hearing only like most may assume.
Have you ever take a step back and analyze situation you face in this world? There are times when we forget who we are… an outsider. Unfortunately, no one can be told what it’s like. Experience is the best teacher we can learn from. Every obstacle we face is our job to seize the opportunity and use it to our advantage. What you’re about to see is a video that closely remind our daily lives we face. We’ve come a long way, but it’s fascinating that this problem still exist where technology are readily available for us. continue »3 CommentsBy Longster | Mar.24, 2009 | Filed in: Tips & Advices
Job hunting can be tedious and annoying if you don’t know where to look for. Usually, local papers are a good source of finding a job in your local area and they still are. They are the first place that smaller companies will advertise their jobs, but what if you want to search beyond locals? What then? Do you go out and buy every major newspapers just to see the classified jobs? Or do you find jobs through websites? continue »