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BOOTH REGISTRATION for 21st Deaf-Blind Christmas Craft Fair

21st Christmas Craft Fair hosted by Deaf-Blind Club

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DEADLINE: October 27, 2017

WHEN: Saturday November 4, 2017

TIME:   Set-up 10:15 to 10:45am, take down/clean up 4:00 to 4:30pm.

LOCATION: 5055 Joyce Street, Vancouver (Joyce Skytrain and Kingsway)

COST: Before September 30, 2017: $35.00/table
After October 1st to deadline 27th, 2017 –
$40.00/table

GUIDELINES:

  1. Set-up time: 10:15 am to 10:45 am
  2. Take down time: 4:00 pm to 4:30 pm (please take your own garbage)
  3. No tapes, staples or tacks allow on chairs, tables and walls
  4. Bring your own table clothes.
  5. Donate 1 nice wrapped gift for door prizes (value $20 or more)
  6. Free parking in underground below the building.
  7. There will be prizes for 3 top Best Decoration display/table
  8. We will not be liable or responsible for any injury, loss or damage.

Douglas College: Do you need a Volunteer Student?

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DO YOU NEED A VOLUNTEER STUDENT?

Students in the Department of Sign Language Interpretation at Douglas College do volunteer service learning work for events where extra hands are needed.

Please make your request at least two weeks in advance of the event. Send us an email at

intr@douglascollege.ca and include all the following information:

  • Where?
  • What time? (start and finish time)
  • What is the event?
  • Your email address?

Availability

Students are available to do volunteer service learning work only if they are not in classes. The program technician will reply to your message within two or three days so you know we have received your request.

All requests for volunteers will be checked by department faculty. Students do volunteer work to help them learn how to work with Deaf people in the community. Your requests to have students do service learning for you helps prepare them to be skilled professional interpreters in the future.

If you are not sure if your request is appropriate for students, please send it to us and we will let you know if it’s possible for students to attend. Examples of the kind of events where students provide a helping hand include:

  • Setting up for an event
  • Clean up after an event
  • Admissions
  • Taking pictures

 

 

 

 

 

 

We Need Your Feedback – Emergency Broadcasting Accessibiity

Complete our Emergency Broadcasting Accessibility survey

The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) is conducting a nationwide emergency broadcast project that will help ensure Deaf and hard of hearing Canadians have appropriate access to information during an emergency. You can help by sharing your past experiences with emergency communication access and alerting systems.

Click:
1) this link for more survey information, or
2) any of each of these links – Canadians who are Deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing interested in taking our survey can choose one of the following options, based on how they self-identify:

English DeafBlind

English Deaf or hard of hearing

French DeafBlind

French Deaf or hard of hearing

Submitted by: Dr. Joe McLaughlin

Seeking Tutoring or Online Practise of ASL

Hello!
I am a hard of hearing ASL student living in Victoria BC. I am currently taking ASL classes with Burnaby online but the course online does not provide as access to tutoring or online practice.
If it is allowed, I would like to post on your website that I am looking for an ASL tutor either in person within Victoria BC or via skype.
Thank you,

PHSA Focus Group on June 28


We are listening

Serving patients and supporting their families is what we do. At the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA), we are putting patients and their families at the centre of everything we do – and we are committing to it in policy.

We need your “voice” – your experiences (good and bad), thoughts, and suggestions to make sure that the Patient and Family Inclusivity Policy will focus on the real-life facts of patients, family members and informal caregivers. We are listening.

Please join us for the

Focus Group for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing:

When Date?          June 28, 2017
What Time?          6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Location:              E-Classroom N1119
Douglas College
700 Royal Avenue
New Westminster, BC

What can you expect?

Registration will begin at 6:30 pm. and light refreshments will be served.
The focus group will start at 7 pm, and end no later than 8:30 pm. The focus group will be facilitated by a facilitator fluent in ASL (American Sign Language).

All input is confidential and no one will be personally identified. You don’t need to have had personal experience with PHSA – just have a good sense of what’s important to you as a patient or family member.

In recognition of participants’ time, a $20 honorarium will be provided per person.

How to register?

Space is limited to 15 people per location. To register, please email Jennifer Miller with Delaney + Associates at jennifer@rmdelaney.com, or call 778-851-1023. Please provide:

  • Your first name
  • If you have received care from a PHSA agency
  • Your age

For Deaf-Blind – downloadable: Poster for PHSA Focus Group D-HH_word

Printable PDF: YouAreInvitedPoster_D&HH