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 »
Fri, May 4, 2012 – ASL Social1 CommentBy Kathy Walters | Apr.27, 2012 | Filed in: Articles,Jobs Opening
Career & Recovery Resources, Inc (CRR) is looking for someone interested in working as an interpreter/Employment Specialist. The position is part-time. continue »
This post was submitted by Kathy Walters.RespondBy Sharon Hill | Apr.26, 2012 | Filed in: Articles,Interpreter
IT’S OFFICIAL! UH has approved the curriculum changes to the BA degree in ASL Interpreting, starting with Fall 2012. If you have questions about the changes or if you want to meet the Professors and staff, you are invited to attend the Spring 2012 Info Session to learn more. continue »
This post was submitted by Sharon Hill.RespondBy Sharon Hill | Apr.26, 2012 | Filed in: Interpreter
The UH ASL Interpreting Program will be hosting its first annual Capstone (Final) Performance for Interpreting students. continue »
This post was submitted by Sharon Hill.RespondBy Scott Steinbrink | Apr.26, 2012 | Filed in: Articles,Resource Center
My name is Scott Steinbrink, Im a Deaf Macintosh Guru (expert). Recently some people came forward to me and inquired if there was any Macintosh classes taught by the deaf for the deaf, and I couldn’t answer that question (!) continue »
This post was submitted by Scott Steinbrink.RespondBy Ann Lloyd-Stump | Apr.19, 2012 | Filed in: Articles,Support
Hello, I am in search of 30-60 years old deaf or signing female roommate. I am Deaf woman who moved here from other state few months ago. I live in a clean, peaceful, spacious and beautiful house. You will have your own bathroom and bedroom. You will be welcome to share anything together continue »
This post was submitted by Ann Lloyd-Stump.3 CommentsBy Kaitlyn Tracy | Apr.19, 2012 | Filed in: Community,Headlines
Please come and join the Houston Police Department celebrate National Police Week. This observance is to increase the public’s awareness of the role of police officers and to honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice of their
lives so that we can live in safety and peace.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Day will take place on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 beginning at 9;45 A.M. until 1:00 P.M. At the Police Academy located at 17000 Aldine Westfield, Houston.
ASL interpreters will be provided! continue »
This post was submitted by Kaitlyn Tracy.
Fort Bend Christian Academy hosts “ASL 4 LIFE,” a solo performance of Keith Wann
This post was submitted by Carla Darunday.RespondBy Gabriela | Apr.17, 2012 | Filed in: Community
I graduated highschool last year took a year off to join the military, while there a battle buddy got rejected for being hard of hearing. This hurt me. I unfortunately got discharged, but when I returned My siters were falling in love with a tv show; Switched at Birth and so was I. So now I am inspired in becoming a deaf tecaher I found this website and would like to be deaf teacher in Houston. But where do I begin? Just go to any Community College do my basics and take ASL? I would like to know. If anoyone can taketheir type to reply tha’d be great.Thank you and God Bless.
This post was submitted by Gabriela .
Every 2nd Sunday of each month
April 15th, 2012
Sunday, 3pm to 6pm
Every 2nd Sat. of each month
April 14th, 2012
8pm till closing
We will have a Deaf & Hard of Hearing Job Fair at the MMSC facility on May 10, 2012 from 9 AM- 2 PM. Dr. Bobbie Scoggins will be present.
This post was submitted by Kathy Walters.RespondBy Robert Yost | Apr.03, 2012 | Filed in: Community
The P.I.P. (Positive Interaction Program) meeting between the Houston Police Department and the Deaf Community will be held in the fellowship hall of Woodhaven Deaf Baptist Church on April 3rd beginning at 7:15 pm. There will be an education program and the police officers will try to solve any issue you have about the law.
Refreshments will be served and a door prize will be drawn.
This post was submitted by Robert Yost.RespondBy Sarah Berggren | Apr.03, 2012 | Filed in: Activities,Articles,Community
Directed by Houston’s own Chris Tennison, Fort Bend Theatre is excited to present “The Fantasticks” as a sign interpreted show. continue »
This post was submitted by Sarah Berggren.1 CommentBy James Northcutt | Apr.03, 2012 | Filed in: Activities,Articles
Come out and support the Houston Bass Club of the Deaf for the 3rd Annual Crawfish/Picnic Event being held at Christia V. Adiar Park – Pavilion #2 for fun filling excitement. continue »
This post was submitted by James Northcutt.RespondBy Myra Richardson | Apr.03, 2012 | Filed in: Community,Resource Center
April 21, 2012 Houston Community College, 1300 Holman, Houston, TX will host a Kelly Greer workshop on facial expressions and music. The workshop will be from 9-4 and the cost of the tickets are $10.00. To reserve a seat email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This post was submitted by Myra Richardson.
Fri, Apr 6, 2012 – ASL Social
Fri, Apr 6, 2012 – Deaf Social
Sat, Apr 21, 2012 – Latino