Service Canada – Pilot Project
Personalized Service Delivery for Persons with Disabilities
Service Canada wants to serve you better.
Starting in February until June, Service Canada Project staff will assist Deaf and Hard of Hearing people with direct services. Service Canada staff will come to WIDHH every second and fourth Monday and Tuesday of each month. Monday mornings from 9:30am – 12:30pm Hard of Hearing people will be served. Tuesday afternoons from 1:30pm – 4:30pm Deaf people will be served and ASL Interpreters will be provided.
You will be able to fill out the following application forms with assistance from Service Canada staff:
Social Insurance Number
Canada Pension Plan
Old Age Security
Pleasure Craft Licensing
Canada Pension Plan Disability
Canada Study Grant
Canada Access Grant
Canada Pension Plan Disability Vocational Rehabilitation
Permanent Disability Benefit
Canada Student Loans
Entrepreneurs with Disabilities
Get this information in ASL at: www.widhh.blogspot.com
No appointment necessary, clients will be seen on a first-come first-served basis.
We hope to see you there!
For the first time, deaf Inuit followed proceedings in the Nunavut legislative assembly Tuesday, thanks to interpreters who translated the debates into a new Inuit sign language that is in the process of being documented.
Sunday, February 15 at 8:00 pm
Chan Shun Concert Hall
Presented by Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad, the Chan Centre and KickstART Festival.
American actor/storyteller Lynn Manning’s life changed forever when a bullet, shot in a crowded Los Angeles bar, robbed him of his sight. Manning shares his powerful story in his riveting one-man show entitled Weights.
More info: lynnmanning
Infrared Hearing System headsets are available, free of charge, for the
hearing impaired. Please contact the Chan Center’s Customer Service Department
at 604.822.9197 to make arrangements or for additional details.
American Sign Language and CART Captioning
Kickstart and the Chan Centre will be providing both CART Captioning and
American Sign Language interpretation of the performance.
For mature audiences
SUNDAY FEBURARY 15, 2009, 8PM
CHAN CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
6265 Crescent Road. University of British Columbia. Vancouver. BC
Tickets from the Chan Centre directly (in person only)
Students/Fixed Income $16.00
Group of 10 $18.00
Ticket Office Hours:
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Day of Show: 12:00 pm to End of Intermission
or Ticketmaster.ca, 604.280.3311, or http://www.ticketmaster.ca
Service charges apply.
Assadali Bachoo’s first vlog
Updated as Saturday, Feb 21: Pay via PayPal
Nigel Howard will be teaching workshop for Deaf Interpreters at
Douglas College in CTELL Lab on 4th Floor.
Total 30 hours of DI Training and you will get certificate of
attendance from WAVLI.
Level 1 COST: $200
March 6 (6pm-9pm)
March 7 (9am-4pm)
March 8 (9am-2pm)
Level 2 COST: $200
March 20 (6pm-9pm)
March 21 (9am-4pm)
March 22 (9am-2pm)
If you register for BOTH Level 1 and Level 2 cost will be $300 (Save
$100). Please email WAVLI.PD@GMAIL.COM for information about the
workshops and how you can register. Need minimum 10 people registered
to go ahead with workshops. DEADLINE is Feb 21st.
Westcoast Association of Visual Language Interpreters
New Westminster, BC V3M 6L1 Canada
Home Page: www.wavli.com