Welcome to all members, family, friends and fans. Join with us to watch on the Big Screen the Super Bowl. Admissions is Free – Must be 18 and older.
We, the Deaf Awareness Week 2010 are excited to present the deaf and hard of hearing community the new and upcoming Deaf Awareness Week events from September 12 – 18th, 2010. continue »RespondBy Longster | Aug.05, 2010 | Filed in: News
Lucille Allen McAlister, age 73, a lifetime resident of Houston, passed away on July 31, 2010. Mrs. McAlister was born on Dec 7, 1936, in Houston, Texas, to Gordon Bailey Allen and Fannie Weinona Allen. continue »RespondBy Incognito | Jul.07, 2010 | Filed in: News,Tips & Advices
Hands-on workshop for deaf students (Ages 16-18) to teach skills and tips to find and maintain employment.
Topics covered in Workshop:
• Professional Readiness
* Determining your Career Plan
* Dress for Success continue »
The Houston Police Department Deaf Positive Interaction Program (PIP) meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, July 6 at 7:30 PM at Woodhaven Deaf Baptist Church (9920 Long Point). Jeff Anderson, Executive Director of Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities, will speak about the deaf initiatives MOPD has been focusing on throughout the city. continue »4 CommentsBy Bradley Porche | Jun.17, 2010 | Filed in: Headlines,News
Our third meeting of the year to prepare for DAW 2010 will be held at Houston Community College – San Jacinto Building 2nd floor, Suite L321 from 10am to 12pm. on June 26th (Saturday).
If you are interested in volunteering and assisting please feel free to show up the meeting, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re looking forward to making 2010 a successful DAW event! And we can’t do it WITHOUT you! continue »
See What I’m Saying is a powerful and unique look at deaf entertainers that touches on the human nature of these continue »9 CommentsBy leyelhudson | Apr.27, 2010 | Filed in: Blogs,News
Let me start off by saying that having been an atheist, I realize that not all of you will agree with everything I am writing about, but understand that it comes out of a deep love for equality in continue »RespondBy Incognito | Apr.21, 2010 | Filed in: News
There is a fast growing number of Deaf Professionals and Deaf Entrepreneurs who are looking for qualified ASL interpreters who have the knowledge, skills, and experience in business, marketing, sales, entrepreneurship, finance, real estates, negotiation and other areas that will help attract hearing clients for their Deaf business. continue »RespondBy Incognito | Mar.26, 2010 | Filed in: News
Free Tax Preparation for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals living in Houston! Deaf and Hard of Hearing volunteers help you prepare your taxes! continue »RespondBy Longster | Mar.19, 2010 | Filed in: News,Support
One of the important functions that The Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities is charged to do in its enabling law is to make recommendations to the Governor and legislature each biennium on continue »RespondBy Incognito | Mar.10, 2010 | Filed in: Business/Money,News
Business Expo for the Deaf (BCED) invites attendees and friends to the FREE Business Expo for the Deaf! The BCED is an effective way to grow your network face-to-face with your continue »3 CommentsBy ozinabox | Feb.05, 2010 | Filed in: Blogs,News
The other day, I was talking to one of my deaf friends, and the subject came up that he was planning to continue to attend school. This was after the fact that he’s almost finished with his MBA. His aspirations were bigger than anticipated, so he decided to pursue another continue »RespondBy Longster | Jan.12, 2010 | Filed in: News RespondBy Longster | Jan.07, 2010 | Filed in: Interpreter,News
Greater Houston Interpreters for the Deaf (GHID) is hosting a Legislative Forum on January 16, 2010. Presented by Billy Collins, this workshop is a reprise of the forum held in San Antonio in 2009. continue »RespondBy Longster | Nov.20, 2009 | Filed in: News
Indictments were unsealed today against 26 people charged with engaging in a scheme to steal millions of dollars continue »1 CommentBy Maryellen Sarles | Nov.18, 2009 | Filed in: Blogs,News
Imagine that after a long day, you’d love nothing more than to sit on the couch and watch the newest cutesy animated movie from Pixar. continue »3 CommentsBy Longster | Oct.15, 2009 | Filed in: Education,News,Research
For a long time, I have always wondered about that question. I’m not an educator nor have I ever taught the art of language. I did however receive the research paper from someone who wanted to share continue »7 CommentsBy Bradley Porche | Oct.01, 2009 | Filed in: Articles,News,Politics
It is the year of 2020, you are walking with your friend who says, “Look at the news, man…can you believe that!?” You suddenly become curious to know what is going on. Your friend is shocked and watching the news on his mobile phone. You ask your friend continue »4 CommentsBy Billy Koch | Sep.29, 2009 | Filed in: News
Houston Deaf Awareness Week was BACK in Houston after a decade of sitting underneath a rock. For the last decade Houston has not really had a deaf awareness week to expose our culture, our language, our self being into the deaf community. But “THANKS” to continue »