Raised To Date: $500.00'Deaf for a Day" 2015 ChallengeMarch 31st, 2016$500.00
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Tag Archives: Deaf awareness
A Call To Action To Stop Child Abuse IN Jamaica. Event took place on May 15, 2015, at Independence Park, Savanna-La-Mar in Westmoreland. JDEP, Inc. represented the Deaf Community, in Jamaica, to show that children with disabilities are abused as well, … Continue reading
Jhovan is “Deaf for Life”…fortunately he attended the CCCD, where he received his education. He is able to sign fluently. He is now a graphic designer. Please take the “DEAF FOR A DAY” challenge to help three deaf children get … Continue reading
Take the “Deaf for a Day” 2015 Challenge now, to Change the Lives of Deaf Children Living in Jamaica!! WATCH VIDEO HERE: http://youtu.be/qfmJE8aqk2U AND PLEASE SHARE WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY!! HEY-OH! LET’S GO!!!
Oh so adorable…Angie is adjusting nicely at her new school. She is friendly and already made tons of friends. Her dorm mother just loves and comforts her at night when Angie starts to miss her mommy. Angie’s mom visits regularly … Continue reading
Deaf and Proud
Day Three These children are so amazing, they make you realize how grateful you must be for everything you have in your life , good or bad.
Day One last night was my first night and I was absolutely scared , but to see the smile on those children’s face when they saw me arrive yesterday was priceless. I hope I can help them as much as … Continue reading
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.