Newspaper Article about the Deaf Church after Katrina Friday, Oct 31 2014 

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Newspaper Article about the Deaf Church after Katrina

Gumbo Pot Student (GPS) Ministry at the Deaf Church in New Orleans Friday, Oct 31 2014 

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Shasta interpreting for her husband Ryan Ralston during GPS meeting on Wednesday night at the Deaf Church in New Orleans (CBBDC).

ASL Explo at the “Bible Is” table Friday, Oct 31 2014 

Pastor John working with Jonathan Bucklew for the Deaf Bible “Bible Is” Bible translation app table

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Workshop: Prosody, Prosody, Prosody / August 9, 2014 / 10am — 4pm Monday, Aug 4 2014 

New Orleans Sign Language Services, LLC
Presents

Prosody, Prosody, Prosody
Techniques and tools will be provided for development of the proper use of prosody.
August 9, 2014
10am — 4pm
5324 Canal Blvd, NOLA, 70124
(Enter the side door, downstairs, facing Hawthorne Place)

LRID Members — $20
Non- LRID Members — $25
ITP Students — $15
(Pay at the door)
A focus on prosody and the need to recognize the importance being able to convey the topic, subject , and supporting details of an utterance or expression. Hands-on practices, break-out groups, techniques, resources, and study aids will also be provided to participants. .5 CEUs will be provided.
For more information:
Barbara Lovas at bblovas1
http://www.neworleanssignlanguageservices.com/
504-722-2967 cell/text/facetime

This workshop is sponsored by Louisiana Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, a chapter of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

flyer 4 PROSODY PROSODY PROSODY workshop AUG 9.docx

A. A. Meetings Interpreted in American Sign Language Friday, Jul 18 2014 

Alcoholics Anonymous flyer 2014

A. A. Meetings Interpreted in American Sign Language

 

Boulevard Club

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 — 10:30am, Noon and 6pm

Wednesdays — 10:30am, Noon and 6pm

Fridays — 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 Barbara at

New Orleans Sign Language Services, LLC

Bblovas1@yahoo.com

504-722-2967

Alcoholics Anonymous flyer 2014

Interpreter Professionalism Workshop / June 14, 2014 (flyer attached) Friday, May 30 2014 

New Orleans Sign Language Services, LLC

Presents

Interpreter Professionalism
This workshop will focus on interpreter professionalism related standard business practices and the importance of knowing how to make wise ethical business decisions.
June 14, 2014
10am — 4pm
5324 Canal Blvd, NOLA, 70124
(Enter the side door, downstairs, facing Hawthorne Place)

LRID Members — $20
Non- LRID Members — $25
ITP Students — $15
(Pay at the door)
The participants in this workshop will be discuss the guidelines and tenets established by RID regarding standard business practices, proper code of conduct, and ethical decision making as required for interpreter professionalism. Discussion will include general business practices and proper business etiquette: Etiquette will include proper general interpreter protocol, introduction techniques, billing, and invoicing. Hands-on practices, break-out groups, techniques, resources, and study aids will also be provided to participants. .5 CEUs will be provided.
For more information:
Barbara Lovas at bblovas1
http://www.neworleanssignlanguageservices.com/
504-722-2967 cell/text/facetime

This workshop is sponsored by Louisiana Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, a chapter of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

FORM 2 flyer Interpreter Professionalism New Orleans Sign Language Services.docx

LBCD Silent Total Immersion Weekend in Louisiana on May 23-25th!!! Wednesday, May 7 2014 

Louisiana Baptist Conference of the Deaf
Presents
LBCD Silent Total Immersion Weekend
Come enjoy a fun filled weekend at the LBCD Silent Total Immersion Weekend Conference
May 23 – 25, 2014
1202 Academy Rd., Eunice, LA 70535

Friday, 4pm – ‘til

Christian Deaf Women’s 8th Conference (CDWC) in Oklahoma March 7-9th Wednesday, Feb 26 2014 

Louisiana Registry of Interpreters for Deaf presents Wednesday, Feb 12 2014 

Louisiana Registry of Interpreters for Deaf presents

LRID SPRING WORKSHOP

Presenter

DEBORAH PETERSON

The LRID Spring Workshop presenter Debbie Peterson, CDI, comes from a Deaf family in Alabama. She received a B.S. in Psychology from Gallaudet University and M.S. in Teaching American Sign Language at McDaniel College in Maryland. She taught ASL at The Bi Cultural Center, University of Minnesota and New York University. She coordinated the ASL Studies at Bishop Community College in Alabama. In Minnesota, she coordinated various training workshops for educational interpreters through Federal Grant for two years. She taught interpreting at Seattle Central Community College for 8 year as well as to both B.A and M.A. students at Gallaudet University for a year and half. She worked for Sorenson Communications as Professional Development Specialist and a faculty for VRS Interpreter Institute. She was involved with Northeast University to develop interpreting trainings for Deaf interpreters. She was elected as first Deaf Member at Large for Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. She is currently working as CDI/Quality Assurance Specialist for TCS in Maryland. She also provides various interpreting workshops to Deaf, Freelance and Educational Interpreters.

MARCH 22, 2014 (9 AM – 4 PM)

Louisiana School for the Deaf
2888 Brightside Lane, Baton Rouge, LA 70821 / 70820

$40

ASL Study Group classes are cancelled tonight Monday, Jan 27 2014 

ASL Study Group classes are cancelled tonight

Hello Everyone!!!

Sorry so last minute. I have had several people call or send messages asking if we are cancelling tonight. I have looked at the weather and it seems it will not begin to get severe until later during the middle of the night. The big concern of most of you is this is your last chance to prepare before severe weather hits. Please take time off tonight and get prepared. Make sure your pipes are wrapped, prepare a place for your outside pets, put antifreeze in your car, and do last minute shopping.

Keep warm and we will see eachother next week!!!

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