Welcome to the Florida Coordinating Council For The Deaf And Hard Of Hearing
Scholarships for Florida Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing Students ...
Apply for a Florida Association of the Deaf Scholarship. 1 scholarship for a signing Deaf student; 1 scholarship for an oral deaf (hard-of-hearing) student. Deadline -- on or before April 1, 2015. Contact Donna Drake at DonnaDrake45@gmail.com or 904-201-4744 for details.
A BETTER TAKE ON WHAT PERSONS WITH HEARING LOSS CAN DO:
SCROLL- I KNOW I CAN.avi - YouTube
"I Know I can" Developed by the Atlanta Area School for the Deaf Accessible Materials Project in support of the Georgia Pathway to Language and Literacy.
FLORIDA COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR THE DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING
NOTICE OF QUARTERLY MEETING
THIS IS A PUBLIC MEETING; ALL PERSONS ARE INVITED
DATES AND TIMES:
Hearing Loss of America
Here is the November-December 2014 issue of The Communicator. http://hla-jax.org/index.php/download/newsletter/NovDec2014JaxNews1.pdf
Need An Interpreter?
To find an interpreter, please consult the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) searchable interpreter data base. Please use "Florida" and your "City" in the Search criteria. Click here to access the searchable interpreter data base: https://www.rid.org/acct-app/index.cfm?action=search.members
Want to track a bill?
There are a number of different ways to do it, but this seemed the easiest method so far:
Click on this link:
Click on “Bills” along the bar at the top of the screen (under the seal)
Underneath the red bar, set “Chamber” to “Both”.
Type the number of the bill, i.e.. 1125.
If you don’t know the number, use a key or phrases.
Click on the name of the bill to see all the details.
THE FLORIDA COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR THE DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING:
The Florida Coordinating Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, hereafter referred to as the “Coordinating Council,” is mandated by F.S. § 413.271 to serve as an advisory and coordinating body which recommends policies that address the needs of Florida’s deaf, hard of hearing, late-deafened and deaf-blind (hereafter referred to collectively as “hearing loss”) community. The Coordinating Council serves as a resource for deaf and hard-of-hearing Floridians who need some assistance with everyday needs including employment, education, and access to services.
Whether providing technical assistance to individuals, governmental agencies and other private or public organizations, or providing the resources to allow individuals to help themselves, the Coordinating Council is dedicated to assisting the nearly 3 million Floridians affected by hearing loss. The Coordinating Council’s technical assistance allows both public and private entities to better and more efficiently serve persons with hearing loss and their families. This information can also help those entities avoid costly and unnecessary litigation resulting from violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other laws and statutes that provide for protection of civil rights.