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 »
Mission Hearts first responded to the earthquake that devastated the nation of Haiti in July of 2010. Teams have been working tirelessly to serve the deaf, hard of hearing, blind and physically handicapped at St.Vincent’s Center for handicapped. There is still much work to be done and you are needed. Our next team leaves March 20, 2011, won’t you please prayerfully consider joining us to serve at St. Vincent’s.
This post was submitted by Nicole Zatzkin.RespondBy kaitlyn Tracy | Sep.30, 2010 | Filed in: Community
Houston Police Department’s Deaf & Hard of Hearing Positive Interaction Program.
Topic: Bureau of Animal Regulations and Care
Presenter: Jarrad Mears, Animal Control Supervisor, City of Houston
This post was submitted by kaitlyn Tracy.RespondBy Michael Bienenstock, Ph.D. | Sep.27, 2010 | Filed in: Jobs Opening
INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, NON-TENURE TRACK AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETING Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders -The UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
The American Sign Language Interpreting Program in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Houston seeks applicants for a nine-month, non-tenure track, full-time instructor position beginning September, 2011. The University of Houston is located in the vibrant international city of Houston, Texas, the fourth largest city in the nation. Each year we educate over 37,000 students and are noted to be one of the most culturally diverse campuses in the US. continue »
This post was submitted by Michael Bienenstock, Ph.D..RespondBy Joseph Holmberg | Sep.27, 2010 | Filed in: Activities
I am here to announce the showing of Deafula, a very rare movie produced in 1960s conducted in ASL with English voice as well for those that dont know ASL. See the attached flyer for details! I hope to see you there! continue »
This post was submitted by Joseph Holmberg.
Fri, Oct 1, 2010 – ASL Social
Fri, Oct 15, 2010 – ASL Social
Sat, Oct 23, 2010 – LatinoRespondBy Jana Bielfeldt | Sep.20, 2010 | Filed in: Support
As a Deafness Resource Specialist, I will provide Deaf Self Advocacy Training starting next Thursday, Sept 23 and it will last till Novembeer 18- every Thursday- Sept 23-Nov 18. This training is FREE and CAAG is providing the refreshments at the end of training so we can have time for questions and answers. continue »
This post was submitted by Jana Bielfeldt.RespondBy Linda Monk | Sep.20, 2010 | Filed in: Support
Thor, a young adult male Aussie mix, has been waiting for 2 months at Montgomery County Animal Shelter for his forever home. Recently, Thor’s hearing was tested and he has been confirmed deaf in both ears plus he may be partially blind in one eye. Thor needs someone who continue »
This post was submitted by Linda Monk.RespondBy Ashia Williams | Sep.15, 2010 | Filed in: Activities,Support
Join Pink Vision for The Official Pink Party at Lucky Strike Lanes as we “Strike Out Breast Cancer”! continue »
This post was submitted by Ashia Williams.RespondBy Irina Normatov | Sep.15, 2010 | Filed in: Community
Global Deaf Women is in your Town! Why you should go? Come and Find out how you will be able to Connect, Exchange & Grow around the Globe!
This post was submitted by Irina Normatov.
Every 2nd Sunday of each month
Sept 12th, 2010
Sunday, 3pm to 6pm
Location: Sugar Land Memorial Park, 15300 University Blvd.RespondBy Tiffany Scofield | Sep.02, 2010 | Filed in: Activities
I am an independent design consultant with Willow House. I help each customers identify a personal decorating style, sharing seasonal color trends and explaining how they’re reflected in our exclusive products. I do the home private parties, bridal/wedding or housewarming registry gifts and much more. As hostess, you will earn products based on your party sales and shop for free. I also offer several different programs for fundraising that I’d love to share with you. This is truly a passion of mine as I love to give back to the community! I would love to help you raise money for your organization and have the FUN at the same time. continue »
This post was submitted by Tiffany Scofield.RespondBy David Rosenbaum | Sep.02, 2010 | Filed in: Jobs Opening
sComm, a growing company who developed, manufactures and distributes UbiDuo, the face-to-face communicator, is seeking product Managers at its Kansas City, Missouri headquarters.
The Product Manager is responsible for performance of specific line of products as a business unit. Product Manager will coordinate product marketing, lead a sales team, and oversee customer fulfillment and support. continue »
This post was submitted by David Rosenbaum.RespondBy David Rosenbaum | Sep.02, 2010 | Filed in: Jobs Opening
sComm, developer and manufacturer of UbiDuo, the face-to-face communicator, is seeking a Sales Representative at its Kansas City, Missouri headquarters.
We are seeking an outgoing and energetic candidate with sales experience and proven track record and an understanding of the sales process. The candidate must be familiar with deaf culture and services available to people with hearing loss, and should be familiar and current on availability of technology products and services in the deaf/hard of hearing/assistive technology markets. continue »
This post was submitted by David Rosenbaum.RespondBy kaitlyn Tracy | Sep.02, 2010 | Filed in: Community,Support
The Deaf Positive Interaction Program (PIP) is scheduled for Tuesday, September 7, 2010. This meeting marks the 23rd year of the Deaf PIP meetings. We will have food, cake and door prizes to celebrate this great year of involvement and education in PIP. continue »
This post was submitted by kaitlyn Tracy.