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Looking for someone to volunteer teaching Sign Language

Sir, my name is Lilli Fernandez..I work for a Christian based group home in Waterbury,Ct.We have several clients that use sign language...I was wondering if there were a way to find classes to teach , basic sign language to the staff willing to learn..As the Agency is non-profit this would require a volunteer..I am hoping there would be either in your organization,or another organization that you ...
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Interpreted Theatrical Performances at UConn This Summer!

University of Connecticut Interpreting Services (UCIS), a division of the Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD), is proud to announce their partnership with Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) to make the theatre experience more accessible! CRT’s Nutmeg Summer Series will feature 1776, Noises Off, and Disney’s Newsies – all of which will have a Saturday matinee performance interpreted into ...
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ASL Interpreter To Sign “A Conversation with Bryan Stevenson”

Hello. The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center invites your members to attend a free program: “A Conversation with Bryan Stevenson” on Thursday, June 8, 4-5:30 PM at Immanuel Congregational Church, 10 Woodland Street in Hartford. An American Sign Language interpreter will sign the program Bryan Stevenson is an attorney, professor and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Just Mercy: A Story of Justi...
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UConn Research Study: For Parents with Deaf Kids Age 12 & Under

Are you the parent or primary caregiver of a deaf child who’s younger than 12 years old? Researchers from the University of Connecticut would love to talk with you! We’re trying to do a better job of describing the language input that’s available to deaf children in their earliest years. We know that every child is unique, and we want to hear about your child’s story. If you’re interested, emai...
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