Join us at Cavanaugh's for the ABC Family season premiere of "Switched at Birth"! DHCC's new TV commercial will be aired during the show! We hope you can join us - All are welcome to attend! Click here to view the flyer for more information!
DHCC is now offering Saturday ASL classes! Parent/Child Playgroup - This will be a 5 week class beginning 6/21/14. Click here for the flyer! Signing Saturdays - This class is an informal, introductory ASL class for adults, which will be held on Saturdays this summer. Click here to view the flyer! Click here to register online.
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https://youtu.be/G8UnVYvgsek NJ Division of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Career Success Solutions for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals & Deaf-Hearing Communication Centre, Inc. present "Know Your Rights: Employment & Discrimination Workshop'" Presenters:Laura Carlin Mattiacci, Senior Attorney at Console Law Offices and Kurt Jung, Esq., U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission There will be a question/answer period at the end of the workshop. Tuesday April 22, 2014 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Burlington County College 1000 Briggs Road, Suite 120…
https://youtu.be/vWpc4wwzLWk DHCC and PAHrthers are working together to host two workshops on Sexuality, presented by Emily Claveau. The workshop on April 1st is open to the Deaf community. Click here to view the flyer! The workshop on April 3rd is designed for ASL Interpreters, Deaf Professionals and ITP Students. Click here to view the flyer!
https://youtu.be/XCktqahPmzw DHCC and Swarthmore College's Department of Linguistics co-hosts Dr. Lorraine Leeson on March 6, 2014 (6;30pm-9;00pm). Dr. Leeson will discuss the Irish Deaf Community and how Irish Sign Language is used today.
https://youtu.be/1_nAU77WF0c DHCC hosted a community conversation with Tad Cooley from Tribes. He talked about how he became deaf, how he became an actor, and how he got the role on Tribes. To catch a showing of Tribes, visit the Philadelphia Theatre Company's website at www.philadelphiatheatrecompany.org. If you want to book tickets to the ASL-interpreted performance, call the box office at: 215.985.0420 and let them know you need to use the interpreter for the performance!