The use of captioning also makes the site look more professional and organized; thus positively affecting the image of the company.
This post was submitted by MichaelWilliams.RespondBy Edie Surtees | Sep.13, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Support
Disability Rights Texas provides free legal and advocacy services for people with disabilities. Join them for a meeting to discuss issues that are important to people affected by or coping with mental illness. continue »
This post was submitted by Edie Surtees.RespondBy Incognito | Sep.06, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Support
The next Chief’s “Citywide Positive Interaction Program” PIP meeting, will take place on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 7 PM, located at 1602 State St Houston, Texas 77007 (Auditorium). continue »RespondBy Rochelle B. Simpson | Sep.03, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Support
Lillian Beard Deaf Center
Woodhaven Women’s Ministry
Need to Sell Your Craft??? Bring your craft to Woodhaven Baptist Deaf Church on 9/21/2013.
Rent booth spaces for $15.00.
Keep what you earn!!!
Contact Rochelle Simpson 832 413 6266
Only one more month left to get rent booth spaces and come to see crafts
This post was submitted by Rochelle B. Simpson.RespondBy Lowry Allen | Aug.27, 2013 | Filed in: Activities,Support
The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) will host the Houston Walk4Hearing at Tom Bass Park in Houston on Saturday, Nov. 2. continue »
This post was submitted by Lowry Allen.1 CommentBy Shay Phillips | Aug.13, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Support
I am a Social Worker who works in a Psychiatric Hospital in Houston. Recently I had a young man on one of our units who needed placement, as his family are not in the position to care for him due to their own issues. Although he has some anger issues I believed most of his issues came from frustration. continue »
This post was submitted by Shay Phillips.RespondBy Nicholas | Jul.12, 2013 | Filed in: Support
Hello, My name is Nicholas, I’m Deaf myself. Im relocating to Houston, Texas at aug 1st. And looking for jobs near galleria areas.. And I’m new to that city. Would like to get connected and get know more about deaf community and jobs. continue »
This post was submitted by Nicholas.RespondBy Linda Yates | Jun.02, 2013 | Filed in: Articles,Community,Support
I am only placing this ad here for those who have interest in life insurance and would like more information on the subject.
I am familiar with the deaf culture as I am a sibling of a deaf brother. continue »
This post was submitted by Linda Yates.RespondBy Incognito | Apr.30, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Headlines,Support
Announcing a new emergency service for residents who are deaf or hard-of-hearing TEXTING TO A 9-1-1 CALL CENTER IS NOW AVAILABLE!
On Wednesday, May 1, 2013, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m., MOPD, the Houston Fire Department and the Greater Harris County 9-1-1 Emergency Network will provide training for individuals who cannot make a voice call to 9-1-1, assist people in registering for the text service and provide free visual fire alarms to qualified participants who are deaf or hard of hearing at the Metropolitan Multi-Service Center (MMSC) at 1475 West Gray Street, Houston 77019. Prizes and refreshments are available. Contact June Eaton to RSVP and/or to request accommodation before Monday, April 29, 2013, at email@example.com or 832.394.0814. continue »RespondBy Jenny Holzaepfel - Program Manager | Apr.30, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Headlines,Sickness,Support
The Rose is a 26 year existing non-profit in Houston serving women with mammograms, bone density and related diagnostic cancer screening services.
What is unique about The Rose is that we help uninsured women who can’t afford their care. If you have insurance, consider having your mammogram with us. It allows us to help more women and last year,we helped 9,000 uninsured women. If you are uninsured, we have sponsorship programs for women who qualify. See the attached flyer! continue »
This post was submitted by Jenny Holzaepfel - Program Manager.RespondBy Margo Jarreau | Apr.26, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Support
It is good benefit for deaf people to learn the future to buy the house under HUD through workshop. They can be qualified to buy low cost house. They can avoid foreclosure or bankrupt by learning the steps to build up the foundation of home and wisely save money to put down payment.
This post was submitted by Margo Jarreau.1 CommentBy Rubina Khan | Apr.08, 2013 | Filed in: Support
Hello! I have a 19 year old Deafblind daughter, who studies in Austin and comes home on weekends and holidays. We live in Bellaire, Texas, and I am looking for someone to spend time with her and help her improve her communication and self-help skills. She communicates via tactile, co-active ASL.
This post was submitted by Rubina Khan .RespondBy Connie Goosby | Apr.05, 2013 | Filed in: Activities,Support
The Church of Humble will have their church wide garage sale:
Saturday April 6, 2013
8 a.m. Until 2 p.m.
8819 Will Clayton Pkwy
Humble, TX 77338
Come to the Deaf table to support us!
This post was submitted by Connie Goosby.RespondBy Nicole Zatzkin | Mar.29, 2013 | Filed in: Articles,Support
United Deaf International Services is a privately-held, non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) dedicated to serving the deaf, hard of hearing and disabled. UDIS serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender. Volunteers Needed June 2-9, 2013 continue »
This post was submitted by Nicole Zatzkin.RespondBy Pema Tamang | Feb.12, 2013 | Filed in: Community,Support
I’m minor deaf man of 28. I lost my half hearing power when I was 18. Deapite of my disability I did my bachelor degree with major English in one of the well known university of Nepal in Asia. continue »
This post was submitted by Pema Tamang.1 CommentBy Victor Vodounou | Feb.06, 2013 | Filed in: Interpreter,Support
I am in need of an interpreter to help me in classes at College of Biblical Studies on the southwest side of town on Mondays from 1:30 – 4:30. I do not have funds to pay for these services as I am a student. If you can help me, I would so appreciate it! firstname.lastname@example.org
This post was submitted by Victor Vodounou.1 CommentBy ROCHELLE SIMPSON | Jan.02, 2013 | Filed in: Activities,Community,Support,Training
LBDCC WINTER SCHEDULE STARTS ON JAN 7,2013
6:30PM-8:00PM ASL1 CLASS
10:00AM-12:00PM ART CLASS
10:00AM-12:00PM INTERMEDIATE CONSERSATIONAL SIGN LANGUAGE
1:00PM-3:00PM DEAF ASL FOR FOREIGN CLASS
6:30PM-7:30PM NEW LIFE DEAF RECOVERY
10:00AM-12:00PM ASL1 CLASS
10:00AM-12:00PM ASL2 CLASS
10:O0AM-12:00PM CRAFT CLASS
1:00PM-3:00PM ADA (AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES)
9:00AM-11:00AM FAMILY COUNSELING, FIRST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH WITH JANA BIELFELDT
10:30AM-12:30pm ASL4 CLASS WITH SOPHIE
For more information, visit http://lillianbearddeafcenter.org/.
This post was submitted by ROCHELLE SIMPSON.RespondBy Elizabeth Meeks | Oct.22, 2012 | Filed in: Education,Support
National American University is reaching out to the Houston Deaf Community by offering 100% online courses and TTD/TTY phone correspondence. continue »
This post was submitted by Elizabeth Meeks.RespondBy Kaitlyn Tracy | Sep.06, 2012 | Filed in: Articles,Support
The Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD) and the Houston Fire Department (HFD) need your help in spreading the word about free, portable visual fire alarms for qualified individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. continue »
This post was submitted by Kaitlyn Tracy.RespondBy Eric Garrison | Sep.02, 2012 | Filed in: Community,Health,Support
Come and sign up for social secuity, ssi, ssdi, medicaid and medicare and anyone must sign at least 20 or more people and Ms. Barbara Barbin from HCIL will be here at LBDCC if more than 20 people sign up or if less than 5 people you will have to go HCIL at 6201 Bonhomme Road suite #150, Houston, Tx 77036. continue »
This post was submitted by Eric Garrison.