American Sign Language Workshop
ASL (Sign Language) Classes for anyone who interacts with a deaf or hard of hearing person in their lives. This workshop will teach you useful words and phrases for everyday life in a fun, interactive setting. This workshop will interest, children, family members, friends, co-workers, teachers, education assistants and more.
Device Equipment Services
Free doorbell flashers, wake up alarm flashers or vibrations, Baby-Crying Signalers, and Smoke Alert Flashers
Case Management Services
We can assist Social Security forms, Immigration, Food Stamps, Medicaid, HART, HUD/Section 8 Housing, Health Insurance Enrollment, Mail Reading, Information & Referral, and other services
Has a doctor, hospital, lawyer or court ever denied you an interpreter? We can assist you by advocating and filing the complaint through with Disability Rights Florida.
Driver Education Classes
Some Deaf and Hard of Hearing consumers (their primary language is American Sign Language) were having difficulty reading or learning the Florida Driver Handbook in English. We are offering to teach them with their language in American Sign Language. We also offer to use our PowerPoint with a lot of pictures (more visual) in it for the consumers to understand in driving education class. We also offer the practice tests to see if they are ready to take their Learner’s Permit test at the Department of Motor Vehicles. DMV will be offered in oral examinations with the sign language interpreter (and also Certified Deaf Interpreter) instead of online because of their reading abilities. These classes are expected to run for 15 weeks (quarterly).
USA Citizenship Training
USA Citizenship classes are expected to run about 15 weeks. The curriculum consists of a PowerPoint presentation reviewing 100 test questions. Besides reviewing the test questions, we also reviewed world politics, the differences between Democrats and Republicans, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); and every morning we do the “Pledge of Allegiance” is recited.