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- JDEP Summer Programme: Emancipation Square…Embracing our Past
- JDEP Summer Programme: Salt River…Spreading the Love
- Strike a Pose
- Newletter June 2012
- All Smiles…
- Way to go Lolly!!!
- JDEP’s Meeting with the CCCD 2012
- Lolly Driving…Yes!
- Rummage Sale Fundraising Event
- ‘Spare Change to Make a Change’: Holiday Season Participants
- Giving back to the community
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Tag Archives: Deaf awareness
This time we went to Emancipation Square in Spanish Town…Jamaica’s old capital…for an educational tour. The boys were very interested in learning about where we as Jamaicans have come from. A very rewarding day! Just want to take the time … Continue reading
We went to Salt River to cool off from the summer heat. The boys had a great time! This was also a time for educating the community about deaf persons, they were very supportive.
Such a happy bunch! I spend time with these students in the classroom and man they are eager to learn and…teach. I learned a lot from them.
Roshane kept making shots after shots after shots! While Richard is looking handsome in his glasses.
Lolly received a medal, at the graduation today, for third place at the Health Day Sporting event. We are so proud of him and wish him well in all endeavors.
A very happy young man since he started school, at the Caribbean Christian Centre for the Deaf. Lolly is showing great improvement and is on his way to learn a trade. Keep up the great work, Lolly. Way to go … Continue reading
The Officers of Jamaica Deaf Education Project Inc., students, and their parents extend our most sincere gratitude to all our supporters, for your love and support during this holiday season. Thank You. Big thanks to the local businesses in Fort … Continue reading
Thanksgiving 2011 It was a heart-felt, touching, and fun day for JDEP to give back to the community that supported us during these past months. We connected with so many people…adults and children, rich and poor…who came to give a helping hand to those … Continue reading
Here we are making friends with the students at the CCCD. It was indeed a blessing to have had the opportunity to bond with these amazing children!