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Restaurant for the deaf and hearing impaired opens in Toronto

July 15, 2014 in Community News, Employment, Hearing Loss & Deafness

 

 

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Toronto has become the latest international city to adopt a growing restaurant trend that aims to raise awareness of the hearing-impaired by hiring deaf servers.

After San Francisco, San Antonio, Paris and the Gaza Strip, the largest city in Canada will be home to Signs Restaurant in the heart of the downtown core, where customers will have to place their order using sign language.

For customers who are sign language illiterate, an ASL cheat sheet will be available to help them sign for their meal, reported The Toronto Star. The menu is described as contemporary blend of Canadian and international cuisine.

The idea for a deaf restaurant was born when owner Anjan Manikumar was a manager at a pizza restaurant where one of his regular customers was hearing-impaired and ordering was a game of “point, nod and serve,” says the Star.

The experience inspired Manikumar to learn American Sign Language in an effort to communicate with his customer, and eventually to open a restaurant that would bridge the hearing and non-hearing community.

If the philosophy sounds familiar, it’s because a similar restaurant concept was launched to help raise awareness on visual impairments.

Created by a blind pastor from Zurich, Jorge Spielmann hosted dinner parties where guests supped blindfolded, at first in a show of solidarity with their host but also to better understand what it was to be blind.

But guests noted that the experience also heightened their sense of smell and taste, leading to the creation of restaurants like Dining in the Dark in the US, O. Noir in Canada and Dans le Noir in Paris.

Likewise, Mozzeria in San Francisco employs deaf staff, as does Atfaluna in Gaza, a charity restaurant for children with hearing disabilities, and Café Signes in Paris.

Signs in Toronto opens July 16.

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Fairfax 50+ Employment Expo, May 30

May 27, 2014 in Employment

 

 

May 27, 2014:

Fairfax 50+ Employment Expo, Friday, May 30

Meet dozens of job recruiters at the Fairfax 50+ Employment Expo on Friday, May 30, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax.

Attend seminars on changing careers, online job searching, continuing education, starting your own business, job training, and job interviewing.

Find the event schedule and listing of employers.

Admission and parking are free. No registration is necessary – just drop by!

Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Sharon Bulova and David Gamse, chief executive officer of the Jewish Council for the Aging, will welcome participants at noon. Following this, Joyce A. Russell, vice dean of the University of Maryland’s School of Business and contributor to the Washington Post’s Capital Business, will discuss the importance of job coaching.

The event is sponsored by the Jewish Council for the Aging, Fairfax County and community partners.

To request reasonable accommodations, please contact Micki Gordon at 301-255-4231, TTY 711.

Find information on services, recreation and community engagement opportunities for older adults atwww.fairfaxcounty.gov/OlderAdults.

2nd Biz Bootcamp and 4th Business Convention and Expo of the Deaf!

April 11, 2014 in Community News, Employment

Biz Bootcamp – May 28-29, 2014
Business Convention and Expo of the Deaf – Chicago  May 29-31, 2014

Are you working at a big corporate or business company in VA or DC area ?

There is a fast growing number of Deaf and Hard of Hearing corporate employees from Starbucks, RR Donnelley, Boeing, Airbus, Sinai Healthcare System, Ernest Young and others. They and we will work and focus on NEW BRAINPOWER, INNOVAITON, and COLLABORATION at national business event for the Deaf and HOH in Chicago, IL. May 28-31, 2014.

The audience with various backgrounds: they are business managers, administrators, college professors, professionals, business owners, entrepreneurs, starters, students who never let their deafness or hearing loss stop them from pursuing their dreams. Every attendee comes from diverse field in business, education, marketing, science, sales, technology, hospitality, culinary, finance and many other areas.  There are expected 20 workshops and 10 business trainings.

You are welcome to register and participate the NEW BRAINPOWER MEETING for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Chicago, IL. Domestic, local, national, and international participants are looking for this SUPER business event.

TOGETHER WE ARE GREATER THAN…

VISIT WEBSITE for more information: www.deafbusiness.org

WHEN: MAY 28-31, 2014, WHERE: CHICAGO, IL

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Deaf Caucus Encourages Members To Hire More Deaf Staffers

March 19, 2014 in Community News, Employment

Members of Congress are joining with the deaf community to bring more deaf interns and staffers to Capitol Hill.

In February, Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Chairman Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, and ranking member Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., began monthly lectures that educate senators and their staffs about deaf culture and teach basic phrases in American Sign Language. The Congressional Deaf Caucus in the House is working to raise awareness with members of Congress who represent the nation’s 63 residential schools for the deaf, and encouraging those offices to hire deaf interns and staffers.

Read more . . . 

 


 

Job Opening – Director of Public Relations at TDI – Deadline Monday, March 31, 2014.

February 28, 2014 in Community News, Employment

February 28, 2014Hello!The deadline for filling the Director of Public Relations position vacancy at TDI has been extended once again to Monday, March 31, 2014.”TDI welcomes applications for the position of Director of Public Relations,” said Claude Stout, Executive Director.  Stout adds, “This can be your opportunity to help shape an accessible world by influencing public policy development that affect how deaf and hard of hearing people use technology.”Read the following announcement and feel free to forward this to your friends and anyone else you feel may qualify for this position.

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT 

Director of Public Relations

THE ORGANIZATION: Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc. (TDI) is a consumer advocacy organization that provides leadership in achieving equal access to telecommunications, media, and information technologies for 48 million Americans who are deaf and hard of hearing. TDI publishes theTDI World quarterly magazine and the annual TDI National Directory & Resource Guide, also known as the Blue Book.  In odd numbered years, TDI hosts a biennial conference where consumers, industry leaders and government officials gather to discuss accessibility trends in technology.   For more information about TDI, its website address is:www.TDIforAccess.org
THE OPPORTUNITY:

  1. communications with TDI’s members, corporate sponsors and others in industry and business, the media community, and government, and
  2. operations management and production of the annual resource guide and directory, commonly referred to as the Blue Book, the quarterly TDI World magazine, the TDI website,www.tdiforaccess.org, and the eNotes.   As special circumstances warrant, the position will assist in public policy filings, grant writing and fundraising.

 

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

The Director of Public Relations manages all related public relations work for the Association. The following responsibilities of the position are as follows:

  • Serves as the Managing Editor of two publications, the Blue Book, and the TDI World Magazine.
  • Sends out eNotes periodically to TDI members and others in the general public.
  • Maintains the TDI website,www.tdiforaccess.org, and the membership database.
  • Coordinates efforts in creating an overall favorable image of TDI, its services and its role as a change agent at the national level to advance and protect the rights and privileges of deaf and hard of hearing individuals in America.
  • Promotes and maintains effective working relationships with key officials and representatives in media, government, industry, and other consumer groups, and others involved in direct or indirect services to individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing.
  • Works closely with the Executive Director to develop an ongoing public information program through the media, newsletters, and other publications to apprise all interested parties of the services of TDI and the rights and privileges in telecommunications, media, and information services for deaf and hard of hearing individuals.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • A Masters’ Degree of Arts/Science is preferred. However, the candidate must possess at least a Bachelors of Arts/Science Degree in Journalism, Public Relations, Communications, or other applicable field.
  • Basic knowledge of disability and/or civil rights law and history, especially in areas related to TDI’s mission
  • Proven successful experience in grant writing and project management
  • Proven network of contacts and relationships with the media community, and the deaf and hard of hearing population.
  • Minimum of three years of job related work experience with demonstrated competence in the following areas: working with individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing, familiarity with the media community, program planning, and grant writing

 

Past work experience should include successful:

  • Advocacy skills at the individual and systemic levels; including state and federal issues.
  • Analysis of political landscapes and programmatic trends.
  • Interagency coordination/cooperation.
  • Quality relations with the media.

 

Demonstrated skills must include:

  • Excellent interpersonal and written communication.
  • Building linkages to the legal, political, business, philanthropy, and disability communities.
  • Successful strategies in solving problems and bringing together divergent agendas.
  • Planning long-term goals and implementing strategies to accomplish said goals.

 

Knowledge of:

  • State, local and federal programs and services for people with disabilities and their families.
  • Current trends in the field of disabilities and human services.
  • Current trends in telecommunications and media with an eye to possible accessibility features or lack thereof.

 

Ability to:

  • Communicate fluently in American Sign Language is preferred, but the willingness to learn and use it well within two years is mandatory. Have some familiarity with other communication modes that are commonly used by Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals.
  • Serve as a team player for the staff and volunteers, as well as to be a mentor for them. Assists the Executive Director to provide work expectations for them.
  • Willingness to work irregular and extended schedules.
  • Willingness to travel throughout the United States.
  • Self-starter, with proven ability to manage schedule and establish priorities that respond to the mission and the goals of TDI.

 

 

COMPENSATION

TDI offers a competitive salary and customary benefits. The salary range for this position is $45,000-$60,000, depending on education and experience. TDI is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

 

 

TO APPLY

 

All applicants must submit a cover letter and resume electronically, which includes a list of at least three professional references and compensation requirements via email to TDI Executive Director Claude Stout  at cstout@tdiforaccess.org.  APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE THE CLOSING DATE OF Monday, March 31, 2014, at 5:00 p.m.

TDI selects applicants for employment based on job related knowledge, skills and abilities without regard to race, gender, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, or political affiliation. 

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Thank you for helping us shape an accessible world together!

 

Sincerely,

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Claude L. Stout,

Executive Director

 

Telecommunications for the

Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc.

About Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc.:
Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc. (TDI) is a consumer advocacy organization that provides leadership in achieving equal access to telecommunications, media, and information technologies for 36 million Americans who are deaf and hard of hearing. TDI publishes the TDI Worldquarterly magazine and the annual TDI National Directory & Resource Guide, also known as the Blue Book. In odd numbered years, TDI hosts a biennial conference where consumers, industry leaders and government officials gather to discuss accessibility trends in technology.   For more information about TDI and to support its work, go to www.TDIforAccess.org.  
TDI: Shaping An Accessible World

 

 

 

FEMA’s Office of Disability Integration and Coordination is Hiring!

January 24, 2014 in Emergency Preparedness, Employment

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Position Opening: Program Assistant

FEMA’s Office of Disability Integration and Coordination headquarters staff is expanding and has an open vacancy for the position of Program Assistant (GS-0344-06). As the national Disability Integration Advisor CADRE reservist program grows, the need for additional administrative support is necessary.

This person will help serve the nation by assisting all citizens and first responders during disasters or emergency situations by being a part of FEMA’s disaster workforce.  This position is held at FEMA Headquarters in the Washington, DC area. Please feel free to forward this notification to anyone who may be interested in applying for this exciting opportunity to join FEMA and help integrate and coordinate national disability inclusive emergency management efforts.  Please follow the link below to the vacancy announcement onUSAJOBS.GOV.

FEMA – Program Assistant (Open to United States Citizens) - https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/359853700

Parents looking for a Nanny that signs- Manassas, VA

January 18, 2014 in Employment, NVRC Announcements

Manassas VA- looking for a Nanny that signs

Parents of a Deaf Blind infant looking for FULL TIME CAREGIVER THAT SIGNS Hours would be 8:30-4:30 Monday-Friday. MUST be punctual and have a heart for working with children with medical issues. Contact Beth Klein at Providing Access to Healthcare for more info either through Facebook or at beth@pahdeaf.org

Beth Klein, Owner
Employment Solutions for Deaf & Hard of Hearing, LLC
540-207-7051 cell/text
703-496-7773 video phone

 

EEOC Disability Symposium on Sept. 26

September 23, 2013 in Community Events, Disability Law, Employment

EEOC TO HOLD DISABILITY SYMPOSIUM ON SEPT. 26
Sen. Tom Harkin to Headline Discussion in Commemoration of 40th Anniversary
of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

 

From AccessInfo@fcc.gov

WASHINGTON –  On Thursday, Sept. 26, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Department of Labor will hold a public symposium from 12-5 p.m. entitled “The Past, Present, and Future of the Rehabilitation Act” at EEOC headquarters at 131 M Street, NE Washington, D.C. 20507.

Distinguished speakers will include Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa), as well as EEOC Chair Jacqueline Berrien, Commissioner Chai Feldblum, and other experts on disability issues. Other invited speakers include:

  • Debra Carr, Director of the Division of Policy, Planning and Program Development for the Office of the Federal Contract Compliance Programs, U.S. Dept. of Labor
  • Judith Heumann, Special Advisor, International Disability Rights, U.S. Dept. of State
  • Claudia Gordon, Public Engagement Advisor on Disability, Office of Public Engagement, The White House
  • Jeff Rosen, Chairperson, National Council on Disability
  • John Wodatch, retired Chief, Disability Rights Section, Civil Rights Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice
  • Robert Silverstein, Attorney, Powers, Pyles, Sutter & Verville PC
  • Ruby Moore, Executive Director, The Georgia Advocacy Office

Organizations who have an interest in the employment of individuals with disabilities will also exhibit in the hall outside of the symposium, beginning at noon. To reserve a space, e-mail RSVPAnderson@eeoc.gov.

Seating for the event is limited, so you must RSVP and request any accommodations by sending an e-mail to FederalTrainingandOutreach@eeoc.gov and typing “Rehab Act Event RSVP” in the subject line.  It is suggested that visitors arrive 30 minutes before the event begins in order to be processed through security and escorted to the meeting room.  The event agenda is subject to revision.

The EEOC is the federal government agency responsible for enforcing anti-discrimination laws in the workplace.  Further information about the EEOC is available at www.eeoc.gov.

 


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Employment Strategies for People with Disabilities- Nov. 15

September 14, 2013 in Advocacy & Access, Employment

Join Us

Be Prepared: Employment Strategies for People with Disabilities

SAVE THE DATE

Friday, November 15, 2013
8:00 am – 3:00 pm

 Fairfax County Government Center

12000 Government Center Pkwy, Fairfax, VA 22035

Join Us for a Day of Educational Workshops:

  • Marketable skills
  • Federal Employment
  • Managing benefits while working
  • Assistive technology
  • Reasonable accommodations
  • Overcoming barriers

Workshops are designed for job seekers with disabilities, their family
members, employers, and vocational rehabilitation professionals

 

Registration for this FREE event opens October 1.
For more information , contact:
jill.clark@fairfaxcounty.gov
703-324-5874, TTY 703-449-1186

Sponsored by the fairfax Area Long Term Care Coordinating Council

For reasonable accommodations of to request information
in an alternate format, call 703-324-5874, TTY 703-449-1186

Carver Center Seeks Evening/Weekend Sign Language Teacher (Paying work)

September 6, 2013 in Community News, Employment

Sign Language Teacher Sought for The Carver Center in Purcellville

Carver Center is seeking a sign language instructor for evening or weekend classes. This is a paying position.

For more information, contact::
Courtney Hassinger, Center Assistant
Carver Center
200 Willie Palmer Way
Purcellville, VA 20132
571-258-3408 (direct line)
571-258-3400 (main line)
571-258-3401 Fax


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Carver Center (Purcellville) Seeks Sign Language Teacher

September 5, 2013 in Community News, Employment

Sign Language Teacher Sought for The Carver Center in Purcellville

Carver Center is seeking a volunteer to teach daytime sign language to seniors. The schedule is flexible: Tuesdays from 11 am to 12 noon, Wednesdays from 1 to 2 pm are available, and other days and time slots may be available. The Carver Center’s ideal schedule would be to have weekly classes to help with retention of the sign language skills. The length of the class would be up to the volunteer, but the Center would like to have at least a 12-week commitment.

For more information, contact:

Courtney Hassinger, Center Assistant
Carver Center
200 Willie Palmer Way
Purcellville, VA 20132
571-258-3408 (direct line)
571-258-3400 (main line)
571-258-3401 Fax

 


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New Dept of Labor Employment Rules for Veterans, Individuals with Disabilities

September 2, 2013 in Community News, Employment

Final Rules to Improve Employment of Veterans and People with Disabilities

Dear Friends,

Earlier today, during a speech to the American Legion’s national convention in Houston, Vice President Biden announced that the U.S. Department of Labor has finalized updates to the regulations implementing the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA) and Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act.

A full press release explaining today’s announcement is below and available online in both English: http://www.dol.gov/opa/media/press/ofccp/OFCCP20131578.htm and Spanish:http://www.dol.gov/opa/media/press/ofccp/OFCCP20131578s.htm.

Also, please check out this blog post from Secretary of Labor Tom Perez:http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2013/08/27/promoting-opportunity-veterans-and-disabled-workers.

Best,

Claudia Gordon
Associate Director
Office of Public Engagement

News Release

OFCCP News Release: [08/27/2013]
Contact Name: Laura McGinnis or Mike Trupo
Phone Number: (202) 693-4653 or x6588
Email: McGinnis.Laura.K@dol.gov or Trupo.Michael2@dol.gov
Release Number: 13-1578-NAT

US Labor Department announces final rules to improve employment of veterans, people with disabilities

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Labor today announced two final rules to improve hiring and employment of veterans and for people with disabilities. One rule updates requirements under the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974; the other updates those under Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. For more than 40 years these laws have required federal contractors and subcontractors to affirmatively recruit, hire, train and promote qualified veterans and people with disabilities respectively.

“In a competitive job market, employers need access to the best possible employees,” said Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez. “These rules make it easier for employers to tap into a large, diverse pool of qualified candidates.”

“Strengthening these regulations is an important step toward reducing barriers to real opportunities for veterans and individuals with disabilities,” said Patricia A. Shiu, director of the department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, which enforces both laws.

The VEVRAA rule provides contractors with a quantifiable metric to measure their success in recruiting and employing veterans by requiring contractors to annually adopt a benchmark either based on the national percentage of veterans in the workforce (currently 8 percent),  or their own benchmark based on the best available data. The rule strengthens accountability and record-keeping requirements, enabling contractors to assess the effectiveness of their recruitment efforts. It also clarifies job listing and subcontract requirements to facilitate compliance.

The Section 503 rule introduces a hiring goal for federal contractors and subcontractors that 7 percent of each job group in their workforce be qualified individuals with disabilities. The rule also details specific actions contractors must take in the areas of recruitment, training, record keeping and policy dissemination–similar to those that have long been required to promote workplace equality for women and minorities.

The rules will become effective 180 days after their publication in the Federal Register. More information is available at www.dol.gov/ofccp/VEVRAARule andwww.dol.gov/ofccp/503Rule.

OFCCP enforces Executive Order 11246, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974. These three laws require those who do business with the federal government, both contractors and subcontractors, to follow the fair and reasonable standard that they not discriminate in employment on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, national origin, disability or status as a protected veteran. For general information, call OFCCP’s toll-free helpline at 800-397-6251 or visit http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/.

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U.S. Department of Labor news materials are accessible at http://www.dol.gov. The information above is available in large print, Braille or CD from the COAST office upon request by calling 202-693-7828 or TTY 202-693-7755.

Stay Connected


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ECNV Seeks Director of Community Services

August 23, 2013 in Community News, Employment

ECNV Seeks Director of Community Services

The ENDependence Center of Northern Virginia, the center for independent living in Northern Virginia, is accepting applications for a director of community services.

The position provides programmatic oversight; supervises frontline staff; participates in the senior management team; explores grant and contract opportunities; develops programmatic components of federal, state, and local grant and contract proposals; researches potential funders for existing and projected programs; writes grant proposals; supervises statistical and demographic reporting with particular emphasis on core independent living service delivery; provides program development; liaisons to assigned board committees; and delivers presentations before community groups and agencies.

Applications are due by 5 p.m. on September 9. Learn more.

Thanks to Fairfax County Disability Services and ECNV


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Webinar for People on SSD Who Want to Work

June 10, 2013 in Community News, Disability Law, Employment

Webinar on Services for People on Social Security Disability Who Want to Work – June 12

 

If you receive Social Security disability benefits and want to make more money by working, Social Security’s Ticket to Work (TTW) program can give you the support you need to become financially independent. Join the next free webinar on June 12, 2013from 3 – 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time. You’ll hear from disability benefits experts about the TTW and other Work Incentives programs that let you keep your benefits while you explore employment, receive vocational rehabilitation and gain work experience. Register online or call 1-(866) 968-7842 (V) or 1-(866) 833-2967 (TTY)

Read this post on Disability.Blog to learn more about how the Ticket to Work program may be able to help you: “Social Security’s Ticket to Work Find Help Tool Connects You to the Employment Services You Need!”

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Job Opening- VDDHH Program Admin Specialist

May 20, 2013 in Community News, Employment

VA_DDHH

RATCLIFFE BUILDING, SUITE 203

1602 ROLLING HILLS DRIVE

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 23229-5012

Wage Position: WE004

Role: Program Administrative Specialist I  

Work Title: VDDHH CapTel Outreach Specialist

Location: Henrico   Open To: General Public   Closes: 06/10/13 @ 4:00 PM

Pay Band: 4         Minimum Hourly Rate:  $15.07*     Up to 29 hours per week

Comments: The Department for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (VDDHH) is currently recruiting for a wage CapTel Outreach Specialist in the Central Virginia area.

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