We wanted to share what we are working on for the beginning half of 2021. But you can always join DSDHH Coffee Chats that will be every Friday in December 10-11:30.
Though we have no local SLC meetings scheduled for the remainder of the 2020 year, we are still here and need your help! We have attached a short ten question survey. If you could spare a minute and help us shape the 2021 meetings it would be great help. Looking for more information? You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Though we won’t be meeting in July, we’re still here, feel free to contact us: email@example.com.
The Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Utah will continue to offer online classes through Google meets. They have classes for Speech reading, Conversation Sign that will continue through the summer. For more info visit: https://jobs.utah.gov/usor/dhh/events
DSDHH will also continue Coffee Chats online with Google Meet every Friday morning 10-11:30 through July. Bring your coffee, tea or chocolate milk and come discuss various topics on today’s world and hearing loss. To be added please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to learn more about Assistive Listening Technology? On July 14 join DSDHH online via Google Meets for Max Your Mic: An Overview of Hearing Assistive Technology on July 14th from 6:00-7:30 PM. Learn more about assistive listening technology from Chris Doig who has participated in the Network of Consumer Hearing Assistive Technology Trainers (N-CHATT), a course provided by the Hearing Loss Association of America and Galluadet RERC. Register here: https://jobs.utah.gov/usor/dhh/events/northern.html
Have experienced an emergency and hearing loss? Join us for a panel discussion to help us know what to expect and to let Emergency Response Personnel know what we may need.
Our first Virtual Walk together.
Join us in showing how many people are affected by hearing loss. Walk for yourself or a loved one, a friend or colleague, or someone you know from church or from where you shop. If this is a time when you can donate something, too, know that the Hearing Loss Association of America, nationally and here in Utah, is working to make our world friendlier for people who work so hard to hear and understand what people are telling them.