BC Basketball Camp For Deaf and Hard of Hearing Boys and Girls at all Skills levels
Welcome ages 8- 18 years old
August 21-24 2017
Registration deadline: July 20, 2017
9:30 am to 2:30 pm
at Burnaby South Secondary, 5455 rumble street, Burnaby
Register with WSDSC
for your Combo tickets to
DSA 2019 Seattle
May 1 – December 31, 2017
15thBiennialDeafSeniorsof America Conference
Sheraton Seattle Hotel Downtown, Seattle, WA
September 2 – 8, 2019
DSA2019Seattle.org Go to 2019 DSA Seattle Registration Website Page:
Regular Combo Ticket includes: DSA Membership Fee; Program Book; Open/Closing Ceremonies; Workshops;
Exhibits; Evening Entertainments & Gala Banquet.
BC FAMILY HEARING RESOURCE SOCIETY Early Childhood Educator and ASL Sign Language Instructor Permanent: 0.6 FTE position; required as soon as possible Location: Surrey, British Columbia, Canada Work Site: BC Family Hearing Resource Society Join a dynamic, dedicated, and supportive team of professionals. A recent accreditation survey noted the following strengths about our organization: “Teamwork and dedication to service delivery, to meeting the needs of persons served, and to the organization are evident. There appears to be a strong rapport among management personnel, staff members, and families, with mutual respect being the focus of the relationships. Family members and other stakeholders who were interviewed were extremely satisfied and complimentary of staff performance, staff dedication, and the program’s professionalism.” Job Summary: ECE: Primary responsibilities will include: assisting group facilitators in the planning and development of appropriate resource materials (including culturally appropriate activities) for children who are deaf/hard of hearing; supervising children in the classroom/day trips; ensure facility is a clean, safe and healthy environment, administer first aid as required, & to supervise ECE students during externship placements as requested. Sign Language Instructor: Communicates effectively and clearly with staff and families when in an individual or group sign language/ASL setting, provide services and teaches sign language/ASL instruction to families and professionals with varying degrees of skills and expertise in using signs, sign supported speech, ASL, whenever requested, work cooperatively with other staff to set sign language/ASL goals for families to encourage communication with their children, and on a regular basis evaluates progress of sign language skills in families. Successful candidate will work with a team of speech/language pathologists, teachers of the deaf/hard of hearing, an auditory verbal therapist and many support staff. Candidates should have a strong interest in working in close partnership with parents of young children and with other community professionals. Preference will be given to applicants with experience working with families with young children who are deaf/hard of hearing. You must have: An ECE Certificate, a valid BC driver’s license and First Aid certificate Salary: $28,392.00 Please forward resumes to: Dr. Noreen R. Simmons, Executive Director BC Family Hearing Resource Society 15220-92 Avenue Surrey, BC V3R 2T8 Fax: (604) 584-2800 email@example.com
6:00pm – Doors and box office open
7:00pm – Event starts
8:30pm – Author available for book signing
ASL is available for this event!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request ASL services before June 9th. This venue is wheelchair accessible. Programming is low-vision friendly. For venue description and accessibility information: St Andrew’s Wesley
“In the Great Stories you know who lives, who dies, who finds love, who doesn’t. And yet you want to know again. That is their mystery and their magic.” – Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things
Indian Summer Festival, in association with the Vancouver Writer’s Fest, are delighted to welcome Arundhati Roy back to Vancouver for the launch of her new book.
When Arundhati Roy’s debut novel, The God of Small Things, was published in 1997, it was awarded the prestigious Booker Prize, became an international bestseller, and is now considered a classic of modern literature. Roy returns to Vancouver with her richly moving second novel, written twenty years after the first.
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness gives us a glorious cast of unforgettable characters, caught up in the tide of history, each in search of a place of safety. Its heroes, both present and departed, human as well as animal, have been broken by the world we live in, and then mended by love. And for this reason they will never surrender. Humane and sensuous, beautifully told, this extraordinary novel demonstrates on every page the miracle of Arundhati Roy’s storytelling gifts.
Preorder your copy of The Ministry of Utmost Happiness through Indigo Books or purchase one at the event.