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Jun

Loving Day: Deaf Interracial Relationships

June 12 is Loving Day in the USA. This day celebrates the anniversary of the 1967 Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia. Interracial marriages were banned in Virginia and other 15 states in 1924. A Deaf woman, Debbie Colbert, shares her story about being in interracial relationships and how she dealt with people’s opinions. Video transcript provided by Debbie Colbert: …

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7
Jun

R-5010 Psychologist or Psychometrist/Counselor- Health & Clinical Services, ASD

R-5010 Reference #997  Posting Date: June 5, 2019 AIDB is sensitive to the needs of individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired and/or Deaf or Hard of Hearing and for qualified applicants and employees will make reasonable accommodations. POSITION:     School Psychologist or Psychometrist/Counselor Health and Clinical Services, Psychology Department To Serve Primarily at the Alabama School for the Deaf  WORK …

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12
Feb

Deaf Staff Therapist Deaf Services in Indiana

Comprehensive OP Services – Deaf Services Outpatient  Indianapolis, IN, USA  Salary is based on licensure and/or related experience  Full Time  Eligible for Benefits If you want counseling services for yourself, email info@deafcounseling.com. Do you have an interest in providing specialty behavioral health services to clients and their families in a flexible, community setting? Are you a natural problem solver, possessing …

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13
May

The Underpants Rule: Teaching Deaf Children to be Safe from Abuse

The Underpants Rule: Teaching Deaf Children to be Safe from Abuse Making a Difficult Topic Easy to Discuss: Deaf children everywhere are at higher risk for sexual abuse than hearing children. This captioned video in British Sign Language uses Deaf-friendly storylines to teach Deaf children the important concepts of body privacy and not keeping secrets if someone asks to look …

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6
Mar

Deaf Woman on Colon Cancer Awareness

March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Watch this ASL video of Lillian sharing her story, explaining how a colonoscopy works, and telling us why it is so important to get one. Video image description: A Deaf woman of color with light skin, signing in ASL (transcript below). She has warm brown eyes, dimples, curly brown shoulder-length hair, rectangle-shaped brown glasses, …

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6
Feb

Check Out Our New Website!

As our center continues to expand, it is with great excitement that we unveil our new website to you. Aside from an updated look, the new website features a responsive design that will allow easy access from mobile devices. We welcome feedback. Check out www.deafcounseling.com!

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3
Jun

Job announcement for Deaf Applicants: Advocate Coordinator

Deaf Abused Women’s Network (DAWN) Job Description: Advocate Coordinator Please submit resume and cover letter to Sasha L. Ponappa, Executive Director at : sasha@deafdawn.org by June 15th, 2011. POSITION: Advocate Coordinator, full-time 40 hours per week; and be on call as an advocate during emergencies including some evenings, weekends, and holidays. LOCATION: Washington, DC metropolitan area SALARY: $40,000 per year …

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7
Sep

Growing Pains in the Blogosphere

Learning as We Go: If you are a regular reader of the ASC on the Couch blog, you may have experienced problems accessing our blogsite recently. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and thank you for your patience as we work on alleviating these growing pains. Here is what has been happening over in our neck …

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