Special Announcement!! Our 40th Anniversary Gala is occurring on April 20, 2023!! Save the Date! Join us! More information to come soon!
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We are kicking off Deaf Awareness Week with a Flag raising ceremony at the Erie County Rath Building.
DC League of Superpets is starting soon. This was earlier today, a bunch of classic cars to look at Transit Drive-In! A cool day to be there!
Next captioned movie will be on August 27th - Bullet Train!
Come and enjoy the outdoors!
Deaf Weight Wise!
National Center for Deaf Health Research and Deaf Access Services is collaborating together to support the community to a healthy and better lifestyle! We are here for you!
Video Description Below:
Opening slide: On a white background, there are three logos 1) Deaf Weight Wise, with three blue circles: the first has a black heart with a leaf bend, the second is a circle made of up of people figures surrounding a green dot, the third is a fork and knife in black, both facing opposite directions-from the bottom up, and top down, below this logo in black text is “Deaf Weight Wise.” 2) Deaf Access Services logo: on the left, D-A-S is spelt with white ASL handshapes on a blue background, on the right is ‘DAS.’ Underneath this is “Deaf Access Services, an affiliate of People Inc.” 3) The NCDHR logo in dark green text on a white background, “NCDHR: National Center for Deaf Health Research, Rochester Prevention Research Center.”Video opens with Ben, a white male with curly brown hair and a short beard. Ben is wearing a grey button-up tee with white flowers. In the background is a dark gray walled-corner. Ben continues the following in ASL. “Hello, my name is Ben Wenzel and I am excited to share with the Buffalo Deaf community that Deaf Access Services (DAS), in partnership with the National Center for Deaf Health Research will lead and provide the Deaf Weight Wise program.Deaf Weight Wise(DWW)is a 16 week healthy lifestyle intervention for Deaf ASL users. DWW groups will meet for 2 hours each week for 4 months to learn tools toadapt to a healthier lifestyle. You will learn about healthy living, healthy food choices, cooking, and fun ways to be physically active. DWW will also discuss tools for managing stressanddeveloping support systems. The 2 hour weekly meetings will be hosted remotely on Zoom, you can join our group from anywhere. To become involved with the DWW program, contact the NCDHR DWW to schedule
Emergency Preparedness Training
Take advantage to be safe! Erie County is providing a training on how you can be prepared in any situation of a Natural Disaster or Emergency. Get your kit ready, and be prepared!
Deaf Awareness Week Panel 2021
Learn a little about each Deaf/Hard of Hearing person. It will be a journey through Deaf's eyes.
Join us for this event!
Deaf Awareness Week- Flag Raising Ceremony
Join us for the DAW Flag Raising Ceremony at City Hall!!
We are kicking off Deaf Awareness Week this week!! Many thanks to Erie County, NY , Mark Poloncarz and Erie County Office for People with Disabilities for making this happen and help support Deaf Awareness Week!
There will be a lot of things happening. Please take the time to look at our website, for all of the things that's occurring:
St Mary's School For The Deaf and Deaf Access Services, worked together to have our First Ever Flag Raising Ceremony that will be occurring today at City Hall, with Mayor Byron Brown at 12pm.
Empire State Association of the Deaf (ESAD)
Buffalo Club of the Deaf
Buffalo Implant Group - WNY Cochlear Implant
Buffalo Civic Association of the Deaf
Niagara University ASL
Covid-19 Vaccine Update- Univera Health
The Beginnings of American Sign Language in United States