Welcome to Deaf Community Center!
New RTR/DCC brochure.
Deaf White Pages
For More Information, contact Ginny Redden, DWP Committee Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the Deaf White Pages Form
Deaf Diabetes Support Group (DDSG)
Meeting at DCC: November 15, 2014 at 10 AM, with election of chairperson and co-chairperson For more information, click on DDSG
Captioned Media meeting
When: Every other month at 5:30 PM at DCC.
Where: Deaf Community Center
The next meeting will be December 3, 2014.
Captioned Media Social Night
When: Every 3rd Friday at 7:00PM
What: Movie (On a big screen TV)
Where: Deaf Community Center
Admission: $1 for 2 hours
Innovative... Exciting... New!
Support our RTR Deaf Community Center with a Schnucks eScrip Community Card. Together, you, Schnucks and eScrip make a daily difference for our community.
1. Visit Schnucks eScrip Community Card.
Activate your card by calling 1.800.931.6258
2. Present your card to the cashier every time you shop at Schnucks. You can pay for your groceries any way you . Simply swiping your card generates contributions from Schnucks to our school or group.
3. The more you shop, the higher the contribution to your group. For every dollar your spend, Schnucks will contribute up to 3% of your purchase amount.
Group Name: RTR-Deaf
Group ID: 500020626
Organizational Member's News
Missouri Visor Card October 29, 2014 Missouri Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (MCDHH) is collaborating with law enforcement agency in Missouri and has received the endorsement of the Missouri Sherriff’s Association to produce Visor Communication Cards to increase better understanding and improve communication between Police Officers and the Deaf and Hard of hearing people in Missouri. MCDHH is now releasing the Visor Communication Cards for the Deaf, Oral Deaf and Hard of Hearing. This card can be kept in vehicles and shown to Police officers whenever a Deaf or Hard of Hearing Missourian is stopped on the road. If you would like a Visor Card, please fill out the form here: http://mcdhh.mo.gov/files/VisorCardForm.pdfPDF Document. Also, please remember, YOU MUST fill out a Deaf Census form available at:http://mcdhh.mo.gov/files/DeafCensusForm.pdf. You may send both forms to us by email or regular snail mail on the address provided on the forms. Please, note that these cards are only available to residents of Missouri.
Videos: Ebola in American Sign Language (ASL) With the latest up to date information from Centers for Disease Control (CDC), DeafHealth.org have partnered with Ohio State University Medical Center to create their latest health education videos (Ebola) in ASL. http://www.deafhealth.org/diseases/ebola.
- What are the Symptoms of Ebola?
- How is Ebola Transmitted?
- How is Ebola Prevented?
- How is Ebola Diagnosed?
- How is Ebola Treated?
- Link to DeafHealth Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DeafMD.org
- Follow DeafHealth on Twitter: @DeafHealthORG
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