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ASL students and anyone are welcome to mingle and chat to this fundraiser - Tuesday evening from 4 to 10. It is on 96 street west of Allionsville Road. Hope to see you all there! ... See MoreSee Less

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Star war !! ... See MoreSee Less

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One of IAD's sponsors, Henn Haworth Cummings Page, is here today at ISD's PTCO Day. Come visit this great company! They would love to talk to you. ... See MoreSee Less

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Jr Nad and YLC are here today at ISD's PTCO Day selling foods. Our students talk in this video... ... See MoreSee Less

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Trevor, Kris, and I were at a non-profit collaboration workshop at the library today. It was very educational! ... See MoreSee Less

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Indiana Association of the Deaf shared Joel Barish's live video. ... See MoreSee Less

Legislative Day @ Texas State Capitol (DeafBlind/Support Service Provider (SSP)

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Indiana Association of the Deaf shared Joel Barish's live video. ... See MoreSee Less

Legislative Day @ Texas State Capitol Interviews

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www.facebook.com/groups/132030980659000/permalink/161805351014896/ ... See MoreSee Less

Attention everyone!!!! IndianaMOM, an event under Mission of Mercy (MOM) program, is hosting a free dental clinic event at Indiana State Fairground at Agriculture and Horticulture Building on Friday May 12 to Saturday May 13th for underserved Hoosiers (You are NOT required to be an Indiana resident to receive free services). The $5.00 parking will be waived if you tell the gate that you are an IndianaMom patient. It is a two-day event that will be served to approximately 2,000 Hoosier patients, both adult and children. The clinic will be open from 7:30am to 4:30pm on Friday and from 7:30am to ? on Saturday. Their services include: Comprehensive oral exams X-rays Cleanings Extractions Fillings Limited crowns Limited root canals Limited partial dentures ​Reminder, ​all services are totally free, no insurance is necessary, and no questions will be asked of patients. ​ However, they may not provide multiple services on one patient since their goal is to serve as many patients as possible and their resources are limited too. Please go and take advantage of this outstanding deal! Please keep in mind since it is a free service to all Hoosiers, a long line is to be expected. ​ Patients will be allowed to arrive as early as noon on Thursday, May 11 and wait in the DuPont/Harvest Pavilion. Please note, you will need to bring your own food, water, sleeping bag, folding chair, diapers, medications, and any other supplies you need for the long wait.​​ Additional informations and FAQs can be found at indianamom.org/patient/patient-faqs/

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We had our kickoff conference with the community forum focusing on LEADK and Employment. Ronelle and Liz talked about LEADK on the stage. Bert discussed about the employment. The participants, with the blindfold, played DeafBlind game by catching a ball. ... See MoreSee Less

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Conference 2017
Our Keynote speaker, Richard McCowin, NAD Midwest Board Member talked about Creating Connections. We had two delicious luncheon from two local catering businesses. We had a group discussion with Don Aills, DB leader and our wonderful Deaf Interpreters for two days.
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