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- 5/10/15: ASL Interpreters Needed!
- 3/5/15: SE Michigan Walk4Hearing Kickoff
- 2/22/15: Camp Chris Williams 2015
- 1/30/15: DODDBHH Rights Rpresentative Job Opening
- 1/30/15: Social Worker Job Opening at Cherry Health Clinic
- 1/14/15: "Family Matters!" Conference for Families with D/HH Children
ASL Interpreters Needed
Have you ever wanted to live in beautiful Northern Michigan? Northwest Michigan needs more qualified interpreters to meet the needs of the Deaf community. If you are considering a move up north, contact Tom Hoxsie at LIS’N for more information: email@example.com or 231-342-0098
SE Michigan Walk4Hearing Kickoff
HEARING LOSS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
invites you and your guests to join us for a complimentary brunch at our events as follows:
Click here for SE Michigan Walk4Hearing Kickoff 3/29 details
Click here for Walking at Kensington Metropark 5/16 details
Camp Chris Williams 2015
Please start sharing with others!!!!
Camp Chris Williams 2015:
Who: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth, Ages 11-17
Date: July 5 to July 11, 2015
Check in time: 3:00 - 4:00 PM, July 5
Check out time 9:00 - 10:00 AM, July 11
Where: Camp Tuhsmeheta
10500 Lincoln Lake Rd NE
Greenville, MI 48838
DODDBHH Rights Representative Job Opening
Go to Facebook.com/dodhh. Deadline date for applications is February 6, 2015.
Social Worker Job Opening at Cherry Health Clinic
Social Worker job is opening at Cherry Health Clinic in Grand Rapids, Michigan working with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program. Contact person is Lizzy Gilmore Bystrycki. She is on Facebook and she will forward your information to the right person.
"Family Matters!" Conference for Families with D/HH Children
Here is a post for our upcoming “Family Matters!” Conference for the entire families of children who are Deaf or hard of hearing. It is the second one we’ve done with U/M Sound Support. We would appreciate getting the word out. There are some limited numbers of partial scholarships for needy families. Karen, our parent consultant would be the one to contact for information about that, but they need to request it soon: wisinskiK@michigan.gov.
Click here to view the flyer.
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Michigan Coalition for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People.
The Coalition thanks AT&T for their generous initial donation to create this website.
Also, the Division on Deaf and Hard of Hearing partially funded the website while their funding permitted.