1) Town Hall Meeting – any concern, need improvements, complaints, feedback or input on any agencies or anything? Eg. for example —
Island Deaf Hard of Hearing Centre, Well-Being Program, South Island Vancouver Association for the Deaf and many more…
(for half hour – 45 minutes.)
2) Closed Meeting – (former Jericho Hill School students only)- less 30 minutes.
If you need an interpreter, PLEASE let me IMMEDIATELY know. (For hearing people, if neccessary.) Because I need to make arrangement to get interpreter advance in time.
Saturday, March 14, 2009
527 Fraser Street,
Douglas College Interpreting Training Program:
Our first year students are ready to start to volunteer interpret. The great news is that we have 17 of them so I am sure there will be lots of opportunity. They are ready to volunteer interpret beginning next Monday February 23. People can send requests to INTR@douglas.bc.ca
May 21-23 in Toronto
A technology called real-time text could make all sorts of interactions—including contacting emergency services—much easier for those who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired.