Emergency Preparedness for Prince William County

November 9, 2012 in Community Events, Community News, Education & Outreach, NVRC Announcements

Providing Access to the Deaf Community is funded by a grant from the Potomac Health Foundation.

Providing Access to Healthcare for the Deaf Community

Presents   

Emergency Preparedness

for Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Prince William County

Did you feel prepared for Hurricane Sandy?

What would you do if we were hit like NY and NJ?

Did you know where to go?

What to do?

What if your technology doesn’t work?

 

When: Saturday, November 17, 2012

11:00am until 2:00pm

Cost: FREE and Includes Lunch!!

Where: 17290 River Ridge Blvd Woodbridge VA

PLEASE RSVP to shellyjobhelper@yahoo.com or on FACEBOOK

ASL interpreters will be provided

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Additional accommodations, Cued Speech transliterators, Tactile Deaf Blind

interpreting, Assistive Listening/FM or Loop etc. must be requested by 11/10.

Providing Access to the Deaf Community is funded by a grant from the Potomac Health Foundation.


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