Deaf Coffee Chat
, Thursday @ 6:30 til …
every 3rd Thursday of the month!
Cafe Du Monde
4700 Veterans Blvd., Metairie, La 70006
check out pics of last Deaf Coffee Chat ReNew Orleans
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if you need more info, contact
___________________________________________________________________Northshore Deaf Coffee Chat!!!
70437 Hwy 21, Covington, 70433.
See you there, the 2nd Friday of each month!!! Go Northshore!!! :)
What’s happenin’at the Deaf Church???
SUNDAY SCHOOL — 9:45am
FELLOWSHIP HALL – 5324 Canal Blvd (downstairs door, off Hawthorne Place)SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE — 10:45am
in BIG bldg facing Canal Blvd (5320 Canal Blvd) WEDNESDAYS Bible Chat
discussing the Bible!
WHERE: In Meeting Hall
5324 Canal Blvd (downstairs door, facing Hawthorne Place)
Gumbo Student Ministry
WHERE: In Large Church Building
5320 Canal Blvd (Church building, facing Canal Blvd. )All are welcomed to attend. Come ready to chat about God and your
questions about the Bible. Bring your Bible, if you have one. If you
don’t have a Bible, we will give you one.
Sincerely, Pastor John Lovas
VP # 504 273 1152
E-mail: jclovas@gmail. com
Text #: 504-275-9707
Pager e-mail: jclovaspager@ gmail.com
Church address: 5320 and 5324 Canal Blvd, N.O., LA 70124
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or the bottom of this page, then go to “photos or go to our website at http://bblovas1.wordpress.com
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NEED HELP WITH SPEECH AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
FOR YOURSELF OR YOUR CHILDREN???
Crone Rehab here in Metairie for the summer help with speech and occupational therapy. It’s usually covered by insurances. All we have to pay is copayment. They do offer different services for the disabled.
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This becomes OFFICIAL and is ready to book. LOOK out for GREAT deals including $100.00 gift for each cabin at the noted below.
Space is limited. Hurry and get busy, you can find full information at the noted below. And also here includes sign-up sheet in order to pay deposit to secure a spot.
ASL FEST 2015 CRUISE
CARNIVAL “FUN SHIP” DREAM
AUGUST 2, 2015
COME JOIN THE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION AND THEIR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS ON BOARD THE CARNIVAL “FUN SHIP” DREAM SAILING FROM NEW ORLEANS TO JAMAICA, GRAND CAYMAN AND COZUMEL FOR 7 DAYS OF FUN AT SEA. THE SHIP BOASTS A FULL CASINO, LAS VEGAS TYPE
ENTERTAINMENT, COMEDY ACTS, LATE NIGHT BUFFETS AND A COMPLETE
SPA AND FITNESS CENTER. THERE IS ALSO AN OUTDOOR MOVIE THEATRE,
A 24 HOUR PIZZERIA AND AROUND THE CLOCK ICE CREAM BAR ONBOARD.
THE SHIP SETS SAIL AT 4PM. BOARDING BEGINS AT 12:00 NOON. CABIN NUMBER CANNOT BE ASSIGNED UNTIL FULL DEPOSIT
OF $250 PER PERSON IS PAID. IF PAYING THE $50 PER PERSON DEPOSIT, $25 IS NON REFUNDABLE, BUT IS REUSABLE ON ANY FUTURE CRUISE WITH
VACATIONS BY CROWN. DEPOSIT IS NON-TRANSFERABLE.
RATES ARE NOT GUARANTEED UNTIL DEPOSIT PAID.
BOOK YOUR CRUISE TODAY SPACE IS LIMITED.
EACH CABIN WILL RECEIVE A $100 ONBOARD CREDIT, TOTE BAG,
DOCUMENT HOLDER AND LAMINATED LUGGAGE TAGS.
PASSPORTS RECOMMENDED. PLEASE VISIT:
for documentation requirements.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT DAN OR WALKER AT
Public Relations for LAAD e-News
Welcome to the 3rd Mississippi DeafFest 2015 !
May 8th & 9th, 2015
This year marks the 3rd bi-annual of Deaf Festival and it’s going to be AMAZING.
Let’s make it a Fantastic Festival. – Spread the Word!!?
DEAFFEST 2015 takes place May 8th and 9th 2015 in Ocean Springs Mississippi – The Mary C. O’Keefe Cultural Center of Arts and Education and Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center in Biloxi Mississippi.
What is DEAFFEST? DEAFFEST is a festival that occurs to bring everyone together and share a day of new experiences, to learn new things, to see old friends, to make new friends, and to be in awe of something you may have never witnessed before.
The festival is an event for everyone from both the deaf and hearing communities. It is an opportunity for Deaf and Hearing of Hearing children or any child to see what possibilities may lay ahead for them. It takes a willingness to dream and follow that dream which passion and motivation. The event is for anyone, whether Deaf, Hearing of Hearing, a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) or a hearing individual. You are truly welcome whether you use American Sign Language or do not. Come be a part of something WONDERFUL. Come see entertainment at its best!
It’s going to be something really special. We love this crazy and outrageously fun festival more than just about anything on this planet. We cannot WAIT. Stay tuned here and to the DEAFFEST 2015 website – www.deaffestmississippi.com
for all the up-to-date announcements about the exciting stuff we have planned for this year. And trust me there is going to be a LOT of exciting stuff.
DEAFFEST is thrilled to open the fest with John Maucere – A seasoned International performer.
Get ready everybody because you do not want to miss DEAFFEST 2015! See you there!
EIPA Written Test and Knowledge Standards
Registration Deadline Online registration must be completed at least 3 full business days prior to your test date. If your test will be paid with a purchase order through a third party agency or organization, you must register at least 5 full business days prior to your test date. For Purchase Order registrations, contact Misti Jensen Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CST) at 1-800-756-7920 ext. 7150 or via email at EIPA@bellevue.edu
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A FREE TTY MACHINE
I know that most Deaf now use relay operators or VRS, but I have an elderly deaf friend who has a new TTY and telephone that she does not use. Her son had it, but he never used it. So, she would like to get rid of it. Do you know of anyone who could benefit from having a TTY? Please let me know so I can get it to you. (more info? reply to this e-mail)___________________________________________________________________
Do you need to know
Science ASL signs???
check out the article and click on the websites within the article. Enjoy
FREE Online Public Charter Home School!!!
Louisiana Connections Academy
Louisiana Connections Academy (LACA) is a public charter virtual school that
was approved by the Louisiana State Board of Elementary and Secondary
Education to serve grades K–12. The school accepts students from anywhere
in the state. http://www.connectionsacademy.com/home.aspx
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FREE!!! ONLINE TOOLS TO HELP YOU CREATE A RESUME to FIND A JOB
Meetings Interpreted in American Sign Language
124 N. Jefferson Davis Parkway, New Orleans, Louisiana (at the base of Canal St.)
ASL Interpreters will be provided at the Boulevard Club during these meeting times:
Mondays – 10:30am, Noon and 6pm / Tuesdays – 6pm / Wednesdays – 10:30am, Noon and 6pm
Interpreters are being provided for full access of information for Deaf and hard of hearing people who may benefit from the AA program. These interpreters are doing this as volunteers and are not being paid for their services.
For more info contact: Cell/Text 504-722-2967, E-mail Bblovas1@yahoo.com
Sponsored by Canal Blvd Baptist Deaf Church in New Orleans & New Orleans Sign Language Services,LLC
Free of cost!!!
ASL STUDY GROUP
This study group meets on Monday nights at 6:45pm. It is for all ages: hearing, deaf, deaf/blind, students, and also family members of the Deaf or those using sign language!!!
5324 Canal Blvd, NOLA, 70124
(enter the side door, downstairs, facing Hawthorne Place)
Hope to see you there!!!
2015 DEAF EXPO
APRIL 25, 2015
BATON ROUGE, LA
The Baton Rouge River Center – Exhibition Hall 2
275 South River Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
New Orleans Sign Language Services, LLC: ASL Training for your Place of Employment
Ask about us providing American Sign Language training for you
fellow employees! Is it time for a change of pace? We can tailor American
Sign Language classes according to your specific needs for your place
of employment or your employees. Per request we can also provide onsite or offsite workshops and trainings for your fellow employees seeking or
needing to maintain continuing education units. Our prices are always
reasonable and our instructors are always friendly.
Contact — firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
Looking for a job? Want to be part of Amelia Manor?
Amelia Manor Nursing Home is pleased to announce the opening position of Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs) who are deaf or hearing and who are fluent in American Sign Language (ASL) to work with deaf and deafblind residents. The following criteria apply:Position
Title: Certified Nurse Assistant
Shift: Two full-time offers: 1) 6:00A-2:00P and 2) 2:00P-10:00P
• 21 years old and up
• Fluent in American Sign Language
• Well-being in health
• Free Certified Nursing Assistant training will be provided by Amelia Manor at South Louisiana Community College to applicants who are determined to be an appropriate match for the job.
• Preference: Those who would meet the normal requirements of the job description of CNA plus are deaf or hearing and fluent in ASL would be given first preference as a perfect match for job duties.
• Any individual whom is willing to learn sign language would be next preference.
• Rationale: ASL is vital to communicate with deaf/deafblind residents.
• If you become a client through Louisiana Rehabilitation Service (LRS) you can take the opportunity to receive benefits and support needs.
If interested, please contact Dan Arabie, Case Manager via email email@example.com. An appointment for an interview will be scheduled given by Mr. Arabie.
Case Manager, Amelia Manor Nursing Home
903 Center Street
Lafayette, Louisiana 70501
DEAF COFFEE CHAT AT STARBUCKS IN SLIDELL!
WILL REPEAT EVERY 3RD SATURDAY OF MONTH
LOCATED OFF GAUSE BLVD (YOU CANT MISS IT, NEXT RUBY’S TUESDAYS)
STARBUCKS 796 E. I-10 SLIDELL SEE YOU THERE!!!
Hosted by Janet Green
“Deaf Chat” in Marrero!
on Second week Saturday every month @ 7 p.m.
1677 Barbataria Blvd, Marrero, LA 70072 (near McDonald’s)
Hosted by: Terri and Michelle Simoneaux
Email: Tsimoneaux1@ hotmail.com
Phone: 504-347-9967, Voice or VP
Sign language interpreters have the opportunity to meet and mingle with other members of the profession. Whether you are an experienced interpreter or a novice fresh out of an ITP, this will be an excellent chance to make connections and learn from each other.
Elmwood Interpreter Mingle
5161 Citrus Blvd
Elwood Center North
Harahan, LA 70123-2346
1st Saturday of every month
TIME: 7pm – 9pm
(hosted by LRID)
The Code: an analytical approach
Dates: June 10 – July 8, 2015
CEUs: 1.0 (RID approved Professional Studies)
Limited to 30 participants
Sign Language interpreters make crucial decisions all the time. We are in the business of facilitating the most personal and private communications. Using the RID/NAD Code of Professional conduct, as a guide, we navigate through some of the most difficult judgment calls. “The Code: an analytical approach” is a five week course involving video lectures and activities you do in your own home or work space. We are offering 1.0 CEUs to each person that completes the five-week course. At the end of the course, participants will have a clearer understanding of Value Systems and what role they play in making value judgments in the context of the Code of Professional Conduct. It is hoped each participant will be able to ascertain which interpreting assignments or situations can be embraced and those that should be avoided.
Here is how it works. Beginning Wednesday, June 10th the instructor, David Hylan, MS, CI/CT will post a weekly video lecture for you to watch. At the end of the lecture you will be given an activity to complete. You will email your activity to David so he can provide you feedback, if appropriate. You will also be given a topic to discuss on the virtual classroom message board. You are expected to make at least two posts on the message board for each topic. At the end of the five weeks you will have completed five lectures, five activities, and at least five topic discussions – one each week.
The last day to register is June 7, 2015. This class will be limited to the first 30 people that register.
REFUND POLICY: No refunds are available.
David Hylan holds a Master of Science degree in Deaf Education and a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech, both from Lamar University. He is currently working on a doctorate in Educational Leadership Studies (Non-profits) at Louisiana State University Shreveport (LSUS).He has been employed at the Betty and Leonard Phillips Deaf Action Center for the past 28 years and serves as the Center’s Executive Director. He has provided over 35 years of professional services as an interpreter and mentor. David is one of the founding members of the Louisiana Coalition of Service Providers and has provided interpreting services on the college level as well as in medical, legal and governmental situations. He holds RID Certifications, Certificate of Interpreting (CI) and a Certificate of Transliteration (CT), serves as an RID Local Test Administrator (LTA) and holds a State of Louisiana Level V certificate issued by the Louisiana Commission for the Deaf. He is a member of the National Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf and the Louisiana Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. David has conducted workshops on the state and local level in the areas of sign language interpreter training, ethics and American Sign Language training. He has also taught courses in the area of deafness, psychosocial aspects of deafness in postsecondary education situations.
Support for Groups:
Parents of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
To find out more info contact
SUPPORT DEAF BUSINESSES
1 on 1 ASL Tutoring (taught by Deaf and Hard of hearing)
Ask about us about American Sign Language tutoring
taught by the Deaf in our community. Support our local Deaf Community!!!
contact Barbara — firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-722-2967cell or text
Digitech Security Company Digital Audio/Visual & Security Solutions
FINALLY!!! An Affordable Security System to Protect Your Home & Family CALL NOW TO SCHEDULE 504-242-2868
Digitech Security Company
“Eye on the Square”
Artsy and Unique things for your home and personal pampering 514 St. Peter St. NOLA 70116 504-259-7174
in the French Quarter (owned by Tariq)
Unique hand-selected specialties for baby Uniquely designed for the only baby shop in the square by Tariq — screen prints baby wear and baby designs for baby 930 Decatur St. NOLA 70116 (a few buildings away from Cafe DuMonde in the French Quarter) (owner Tariq) EyeontheSquare1@bellsouth.net
specializing in Small Jobs extra lighting installed ballast change security lighting remodeling/addition s replace sockets troubleshooting AC/Dryer Circuits “I will do what the Big Electrical Co. won’t do” Walter Rowel 504-273-1150
985-210-0331 VP #:(text msg only) icdelectric.com (website) email@example.com discounts to Deaf
Want a free Sorenson videophone?
Contact: Sorenson Communications SORENSON IP RELAY Relay on the go when you are away from your videophone by using Sorenson IP Relay on your laptop or mobile device. It’s FREE! Visit the Sorenson VRS website.
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New Orleans, LA 7012
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Thanks to all of the contributors in the Deaf Community who have made this possible!!!
Barbara and John Lovas
The Deaf Church in New Orleans
Canal Blvd. Baptist Deaf Church
visit our website at https://bblovas1.wordpress.com
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