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Mar

Abused Deaf Children Need Certified Interpreters

Family Members are not Interpreters: In the news recently, the Tennessee House and Senate are considering a controversial bill (SB0594 and HB0672) that could impact how investigators communicate with Deaf children who may have experienced domestic abuse or child abuse. At first glance, the bill appears well-intentioned. The intention is to ensure that in abuse cases, family members do not …

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10
Jan

Deanne Bray’s Rude Awakening

Deanne Bray stars in an informative video produced by Deaf Hope, outlining the basics of domestic violence. Learn about the war zone of domestic violence, reflect on the sad truth that every year more women die from domestic violence than soldiers die in the Mideast, and commit to educating your own daughters about domestic violence.

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15
Oct

Three Part-time Positions for Deaf Advocates in Iowa

Domestic Violence/ Sexual Assault Advocate 3 Part- Time positions for Deaf Advocates in Iowa available; from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 Trained Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault Advocate will provide direct services to Deaf /Hard of Hearing victims in the State of Iowa. Advocate will provide direct services in person, through video phone, secured AIM and text communications. …

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9
Jun

Why is Shoshannah Stern Pissed Off?

Another PSA by the Deaf Hope team – a very creative and well-done message! The only feedback we have is that we wish the opening line did not minimize Deaf identity, which is not even relevant to the PSA message. Deaf women who identify themselves as Deaf first share the same concerns as the actress, who says she identifies herself …

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14
Dec

Upcoming Conference: Advocacy Services for Abused Deaf Victims (ASADV)

Domestic Violence in the Deaf Community: ASADV continues to bring attention to the topic of domestic violence and abuse by sponsoring a one-day conference in Rochester, New York, next month. CyberSafety and CyberBullying are among the timely issues that will be covered. This is a great opportunity to learn more about how domestic violence impacts our community and what you …

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8
Dec

Deaf Abused Women’s Network: Executive Director Position Open

Job Announcement: Deaf Abused Women’s Network (DAWN) in Washington, DC is seeking an Executive Director Job Summary The Executive Director is responsible for establishing and executing major goals and objectives for the organization. Implements policies established by the board of directors. Provides leadership, direction, and guidance of DAWN’s activities. Analyzes and evaluates the effectiveness of all organization operations. Develops and …

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1
Sep

Deaf Abused Women’s Network is Hiring

Deaf Abused Women’s Network (DAWN) Title: Empowerment Advocate Hours: Full time at 40 hours per week Location: Deaf Abused Women’s Network office in Washington DC Supervision: Interns Reports to: Deaf Abused Women’s Network Advocate Coordinator The Empowerment Advocate should have extensive knowledge ofdomestic violence and sexual assault. The Empowerment Advocate will provide direct services to Deaf, hard of hearing and …

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1
Sep

National Deaf Domestic Violence Hotline

Accessible Deaf Domestic Violence Hotline: The National Deaf Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH) is a wonderful resource for the Deaf community. The confidential hotline sponsored by Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services (ADWAS) offers support for Deaf women who are experiencing domestic violence. Friends and family members can also contact the hotline for information about how to support loved ones who are …

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